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Snowy Garden Home Tour

Monday, December 27, 2010

It snowed, we did have a White Christmas!!!
Welcome to our North Carolina Snowy Garden tour!
Here are some pictures of the snow that begain Christmas night and ended Sunday afternoon.
Hope you enjoy!
 
The birds have really been enjoying these berries!



This is a side view of our home...can you see it?
 








From a front corner of our yard here is another view of our home...just a peek through all the trees...
 


The leaves are still hanging on this maple tree, so pretty covered with snow.


 

Now you can see the house...





Below is a view from the front porch.  This row of Crepe Myrtle trees
blooms in the summer in a beautiful shade of PINK!
 





Sweet little panseys...





Now, off to the back yard...





 

The birds are very active today, LOTS of chirps and fluttering of wings...
 
 


Can you see the red Cardinal in the center? (Sorry I couldn't get closer.)
 


 


These Camelias are winter bloomers and just finished their cycle.
They were a beautiful shade of pink...






Back view of the courtyard & house...


Blue bird garden flag...
 

As usual, some of the most beautiful views come from just looking "UP"!
 


Roses...
 

Camelias...
 





Here is my sweet boy boy Mikey, our kitty...



and Ellie-Mae having fun in the snow!  She is wearing her Christmas sweater...so cute!





This Carolina Jasmine growing on the arbor is beautiful in the summer with its tiny white bloom...


Thank you for visiting...


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21 comments:

  1. Your home is beautiful! I love your pictures of the snow, especially the one of the cardinal. Thanks for your kind comments and for visiting with me! I have relatives in North Carolina, such a great state!

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  2. Just beautiful!!!
    You have more snow right now than we do here in Michigan (where we are used to it : )
    (stopping by from BNOTP : )

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  3. Hi Cindy,
    Your home and garden look beautiful in the snow!

    All the best for the New Year,

    Carolyn

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  4. Oh! It really is a beautiful winter wonderland.
    Blessings~
    Gwenny

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  5. These photos are so beautiful, I never get to experience this living in Australia, so I just have to drool over other people's photos, thanks.

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  6. Looks like a perfect white Christmas to me. Simply beautiful.

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  7. Snow always makes for wonderful photos. I have lived in my share of snowy winters and I can appreciate some pictures of it. Don't want to live where there's snow any more!

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  8. Beautiful photos! I love the one with the cardinal in the snowy branches!

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  9. Your home is so beautiful.... and I love your pictures of the snow, especially the one with the Cardinal!!! I wanted to thank you for stopping by and for your sweet comments... I'm now your newest follower ~~ will be back for more visit's.
    Blessings~~~ Daphne

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  10. Hi Cindy, I like your blue bird flag. A very white Christmas.

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  11. Oh, what a beautiful white Christmas! I just love the fresh fallen snow . . . so quiet, peaceful, calm. Thanks for sharing your lovely pics! Hope your Christmas was wonderful. Happy New year!
    ~ Julie

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  12. Loved looking at all the snow pictures. I loved the pop of color from the birds and pansy's the most. we spend winters in Florida but live in Western NC. It's surprising how long my roses would last in the winter. Happy New Year.

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  13. I love the snowy tour of the pure snow at your house. And the picture with the cardinal in it was the most beautiful of all. Thanks you for your wonderland.

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  14. Snow everywhere...just everywhere...except here.
    None for us. :( Thank you for sharing yours!

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  15. Hi Cindy! Oh my goodness those were some gorgeous photos! And your house could not be more perfectly suited for being dressed up with snow...it is beautiful! I love the unexpected little pops of color with the pansies and the pics of the red berries need to be framed or something. I'm so glad you got to enjoy a White Christmas and I hope you have a truly blessed New Year!
    Vanessa
    P.S. Thanks for linking up to the party this week!

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  16. Wow...your pictures are very pretty...what a wonderful home you have! Happy New Year!!

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  17. Hi Cindy, you have such a pretty home and garden. The snow looks just perfect, covering everything in a fresh white blanket. Lucky you! Hope you enjoy a wonderful 2011!

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  18. There is nothing so lovely or peaceful as fresh, fallen snow! Just lovely and thanks for sharing. Especially love the cardinal--I could see him just fine!

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  19. Thanks so much for the beautiful music and the tranquil pictures of home. best wishes for a healthy, happy, blessed New Year. Linda

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  20. Wow -I just discovered your blog thru funcky junk -Wow what a treat! You should make your photos into postcards and cards and have an etsy store --They are simply beautiful. We live in pennsylvania and our area has NOT had any snow yet -unbelievable !

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  21. Hi, Cindy! Your snow pics are amazing! I love the cardinal pictures! Just beautiful seeing that red bird among all that snow! And you pansies looks great! Mine are in the "they're dead and aren't going to survive" stage. But they will! Such a hearty flower!
    Happy New Year!

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