I have never read the book “Snow on Cedars”, but I find the name so simply romantic, that I have entitled this post a far less romantic “Snow on Heathers”. Far less romantic, that is, until you see the concluding photograph.
What follows is a photo-update from late Sept through today, 12/16/13.
October: Short-lived mums & asters
November: the winterized terrace, new heaths and heathers, and a “flowering” taro?
December: progress on the taro and heather (Calluna vulgaris) in the snow
Quite interestingly, my last turmeric has sprouted! It’s 5 1/2 months after I planted it (and indoors), so I find that spectacular. I have a lot to learn about plants!