Winter's not the traditional time of the year to enjoy perennial gardens, but I think that it's perfect to see native plants in a new light. Picturesque snowy landscapes are usually dominated by images of spruce and pine, but there’s room in the ice experience of January for less evergreen plants. You don’t need foliage to set a space on fire. A couple of weeks ago, I snapped a few images of the Rain Park under a blanket of snow. I felt it is already transforming the feel and dimension of the place. Below are four images I took when it was just above zero outdoors.
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