In this post I share a short but creative video featuring the first snow of the season. The purpose of the video is to show the autumn color that is surviving winter conditions in my hardiness zone.
First Snow of the Season
It does seem a little early for a snow storm in my neck of the woods. However, this is the snow we enjoyed on Sunday, November 14, 2021. Last year we had about 3 inches of snow in the garden. Enjoying a short walk about with my pup and the new kittens. They are having a blast in their first experience with snow. The great thing about this snow is it didn’t stick around. In fact, by the time I sat down to finish edits to the video and images the weather had already switched back to the 50*F.
Thank you for taking the time to check out my video today. I love all the beautiful sights and sounds outdoors especially after snow. I hope you will consider checking out my website for more creative shares. This video can be found on my Bren Haas YouTube Channel.
First Snow of The Season Colors
In photos feature below you will see some of the plants to consider for your autumn to winter color. Don’t forget to scroll down to the bottom of the post for more ideas on landscape design.
Above are some of my favorite perennial geraniums growing in my landscape.
- Conifers | Bald Cyprus
- Perennial Geraniums
- Late Season Mums
- Candymint Crabapple Tree
- Cool Wave Pansies
Know Your Hardiness Zone!
As I mentioned .. the weather has already turned back to November in Ohio so I am out finishing up bulb planting for spring color and dahlia storage. If you have questions or concerns please click over to my Contact Page for more information.
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Happy Autumn Snow,