It's unbelievable that you got snow again in Colorado. Hopefully the pansies will recover after a while. I wish you a lot of sunshine.Greetings, Johanna
Oh my to the snow! I think I would rather have it then rain and tornato warnings which is what we are having!
I was thinking about late snows in Colorado, and remember when we lived in Colrado Springs, snow covered the ground in May several times.It's a trade off for those beautiful Rockies !
You have my sympathy and I DO understand, as we also just had snow and we are not in the mountains - Southern Tier of NY. Weird weather this year.
Since I'm so over the snow for this year I would like to imagine your pansies have been sprinkled with sugar! Tee-hee........Hugs N Herbal Blessings, Mandy
Makes me want to knit little hats and scarves for each pansy !
Oh dear...poor little pansies indeed!!
Hi BernideenJust popped by via the Duchess to take tea with you. Those poor plants, but ours here are all still shivering as the weather has taken a turn for the worse again. At least you can guarantee some warmth, we just hope ( and keep our coats on). Lovely blogJenny from the Great British Isles
The plants will be fine -- they can stand being dusted with snow! We've had rain -- too much rain -- so much in fact that snow would be measured in feet -- perhaps yards if we had had snow instead of rain!BTW, I love pictures of flowers under snow!
Oh! darling what a shame, poor pansies!! It has been cold here too of late, I had a fire going last night, sunny days and cold nights. Take care darling and stay warm.Love & HugsDuchess
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