A couple of days ago, winter arrived with lots of snow.
It's white and beautiful outside, but what about the plants? Many of them have already started their growth, like geraniums, daylilies and peonies just to mention a few. - What will happen to them now?
The Mahonia will survive. It's a tough bush and it will probably keep its flowers.
The Honeysuckle will probably go back to sleep for a couple of days, and wake up again when Spring returns...
But the crocuses don't look too happy.
Neither do the Hellebores
nor the Daffodiles.
I hope the Carex flagellifera will survive - it's bronze-coloured foliage looks great during summer when planted next to plants with silvery leaves.
The Chives might not like it underneath the snow; I hope they won't rot!