Winterberries and snow. Nothing says New England winter better!
Well, it had to happen eventually. We're in the middle of our first snowstorm of the season, if you don't count the freak blizzard on Halloween. I'm going to go for a walk soon, but so far, I've only ventured as far as the porch. It's cold and windy and really snowing—almost whiteout conditions every once in a while. We only have about five inches so far though. I think it will peter out soon and temperatures are supposed to be back up into the fifties by Monday, with some rain, so the Currier & Ives look won't stick around for long. I should have some town photos to post later. Enjoy!
The cast-iron Victorian planter is always good for that quintessential New England look.
Pine boughs and winterberries—a classic combination.
Trailing bittersweet vines also add an artistic touch to these planters.