On this dreary January day, I thought you’d like to see these brave yellow flowers of the winter Jasmine that bloom throughout the coldest months of the year and remind us that spring will come. Camellias and Mahonia are or are will soon bloom, adding more color and fragrance to the garden. Ignore the dreary skies and visit the garden.
Yesterday, my girls each found one four-leaf-clover, and combined with our black-eyed peas and collard greens, we are to a pleasant start to the new year.
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