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November 11, 2012


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Getting snow early spared you fall clean-up in the yard..HaHa!Well the garden covered with snow looks lovely!The benefit of snow is that it acts as an insulator, protecting plants from the cold and frost.

Calgary Garden Coach

Very true, I am thankful for the snow!

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