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White stuff

The photo below was taken in February, showing a mound of snow hiding our old spirea bush, almost  flattened.  I wondered how many broken branches we would have to cut away after the snow had gone.

spireawinter

As it turned out; none!

As it has often done before, it miraculously rose, all branches intact, and is now starting to bloom.  It surprises me every time.

spirea

This was one of the first bushes we planted in our garden more than 30 years ago, – so it is getting on in years, but is still a survivor.

Eldrid

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One Response

  1. It looks gorgeous! A wild rosebush in my yard makes a similarly surprising transformation every year.

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