We have the coldest December 2010 in record for a century, it started at the end of November, gradually getting colder and colder by Christmas…. had a few nights down to –10 Celsius…..
It is just the beginning of the winter month, we have January, February and March to follow…..
Seeing a lot of snow recently and caught a lot of snow scene photos and here are some of my pick for the blog post….
Snow day without snowman is not snow day…. made by Franc, Chris and G….
Snow fakes fall onto my fig tree… see all the snow figs….
Snow web…. as WordPress.com add snow across the web pages during Christmas period, here is another snow web I have picked….
The Hawthorn covered with berries this year, the snow dusts give it an icing on cake look….
Caught a lone Heron in mid of December after a thaw of the first snow hit… looks like it need to fuel up before the next snow fall…..
Popped down to the plot during December…. Leeks has recovered from whatever attacked during the warm period and started to look like Leeks…. Board Beans sown in late October has survived the first snow hit (beginning of December), but the second big snow hit during Christmas period has actually look worse from the photo, lots has blacken and down….. Strawberries plants look OK so far even after the biggest freeze….
Planted in some winter red onions on the 8th January 2011 while the weather has soften a bit and the ground permitted. Couple days afterward when I went back to check them, all of them are being picked out by whatever (probably by pigeons), I have to replant them and erect all sorts of wire cages and flying planes to deter another attacks… I have to laugh it off…
While I was there at the plot, harvested my last lot of Parsnips, they look alright when I dig them out…. the saying of the Parsnips went through freezing weather will tasted sweeter…. I absolutely agreed as when I cooked them later the day, they are heavenly sweet….
The second Trench particularly wonderful as I have use it to compost most of the veggie stuffs… still waiting patiently for my JCB to make my Leaf mould compost cage… those sacks of leaves by the trench are waiting too….
My winter Lettuce are still growing fine under my mini poly tunnel… this tiny investment has shown some interest…
Spring Hero Cabbage
What a wonderful view to see them all standing upright and shown some growth too during this severe weather… just well suit its given name…. more images follow with my YouTube link…
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