Herbs in snow

The herb garden after a foot of snow:


Cilantro in snow


Sage in snow


Dill in snow

Fennel (and sweet black-eyed susan and Annabelle hydrangea)

Fennel in snow


5 responses to this post.

  1. Brrr! Nice winter interest in your herb garden! I love all the snow-covered seed heads.


  2. I’m glad I’m not the only one who leaves stalks in place until spring! Cilantro is a strange herb in that i used to dislike it and now I love it!!! ?? 🙂


    • Posted by lakechicagoshores on January 16, 2009 at 12:37 pm

      Oh I have all sorts of stalkiness in the garden. I’ll go out and prune the Annabelle hydrangeas and the raspberries soon…if it ever gets above 0 F! But all the other stuff can wait until April unless some critter wants to grab it for a nest before then.


  3. Oooh, wonderful garden, and wonderful blog! You should come join us at Wildlife Gardeners!


  4. Posted by lakechicagoshores on January 17, 2009 at 3:57 pm

    Thanks, Michelle – I’ll come over to Wildlife Gardeners and check things out!


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