Like much of the northern part of the country, we had a spring snow last night. Today I decided to go on a wintry spring walk at Inniswood Metro Garden to see how the flowers were faring. I invite you to come along!
And here’s what the grounds looked like.
And finally I took a look at the children’s garden.
The early blooming flowers are pretty hardy, so I’m guessing they’ll be okay. I’ve even heard that the snow insulates and protects them from the cold air. The snow will probably soon melt, but I may not ever believe an early-spring-predicting groundhog again. 🙂
- TrekOhio: Franklin County Parks & Nature Preserves; this is the county where Inniswood Metro Garden is located.
- TrekOhio: Previous posts set at Inniswood; we haven’t yet posted a proper park review about Inniswood, but it has been the setting of a number of posts.
- TrekOhio: Happy Groundhog Day; here’s where both Pennsylvania’s Punxsutawney Phil and Ohio’s Buckeye Chuck totally blow their forecast of an early spring.
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