But no snow? I hope you've put your paws up to take some of Darling Millie's snow - she's got a small surplus that she's trying to offload.MeganSydney, Australia
Dang, Winter is looking pretty good at your place!
Our nandinas have never had berries! YOurs looks so beautiful, too.That is some pretty thick ice. It must have been pretty cold last week at your house.Enjoy your warm weathers!
Is it BIRD FOOD, too?
We've had a rollercoaster ride of temperatures and now it's going to plummet again and be very cold. Brrrrrr
Do the birdies eat those berries? They seem to be slacking on the job if they do, MOL
How nice to see some color in your yard!
Those berries are bright and pretty. We have nothing in the garden, but there are lots of snowdrops in the fields.
É uma planta bonita, é bom ter um pouco de cor no inverno.
Sheesh, we may not even be above freezing for a week or more.
Jeez, all we have in our yard is snow on top of snow.
Nice tour, I like berries. Wow-67 degrees.
Wes had lots of berries on the Mountain Ash trees in the village, but the robins has arrived about 2 weeks early and now they is all gone!KissesNellie
Wow! We've not ever seen those befur...how purrty!
We have been going UP & DOWN. 70 and then 10. GRRRRRRR.
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