When we get a significant snowfall, we often shovel the boxwoods in the public gardens. This is Nubanusit Terrace before shoveling.
This is Nabanusit Terrace after shoveling.
As I was working in Putnam Park I noticed an installation hanging from the large crabapple tree at the entrance to the park.
Someone hung these hot-pink crocheted artworks that made the tree look like it was wearing earrings! It was such a delightful surprise on a such a cold and dreary day.
I also shoveled the boxwoods at the Pavilion Entrance to Depot Park.
The snow was so deep, you might not have noticed that the boxwoods were uncovered.
The Malus 'Snowdrift' grove seemed particularly well named today. The snow-covered fruit was awaiting the flocks of birds that will devour their fruit later in the season.