Here's the first .. our clothes line
This one is our lane...
My Honey Suckle Vine lost the battle :(
My Rose Hedge hopefully will make it...
The ice was everywhere!
My beautiful birch showing her strength
Such a sad spruce... the other lost it's top!
Here's my saddest one.. I wrote a story for this set a couple years ago.. The Birch and The Spirea... when I bought the spirea many years ago, I notices the birch growing out of it a couple years later. I hid this from my husband ;) I knew he'd want it cut out. How could I separate them!! The birch grew taller and finally my husband noticed. I wouldn't let him cut it down... they belonged together... but the storm did it's nasty work to the birch and it's broken, but if you see, it's only broken where it meets the spirea... more to the story when it's published ;)
Everything happens for a reason.
the other side of the tall birch growing with the tiny spirea
so much ice!!
this tree was so covered in ice, it was like a pure sheet of ice! wow!
LOve this one my son took
and last, my weeping birch, my son loved the sound when he walked under this baby.
so Ingleside was a Winter Crystal Palace for a few days. We've finally warmed up today and the ice is off my babies. We'll have a lot of work in the spring and my biggest hope is my weeping birch and the birch in the spirea make it.