The farm in the snow

Although there was no sign of lying snow at home this morning, 2 miles away, and slightly up the Hill at the farm, it was a completely different story. Here’s some pictures of Hill top farm in the snow today.

Narcissus poking through the ground and then the snow

Narcissus poking through the ground and then the snow

I thought we might be able to make some paths, but the pile was frozen

I thought we might be able to make some paths, but the pile was frozen

We did manage to cut a big barrow of Euphorbia

We did manage to cut a big barrow of Euphorbia

The senicio and rosemary are both looking happy despite the low temperatures

The senicio and rosemary are both looking happy despite the low temperatures

Shame the paper white narcissus are sulking and not coming out when they should!

Shame the paper white narcissus are sulking and not coming out when they should!

Luckily if you plant Hellebores in the shade of a hedge, they still look great

Luckily if you plant Hellebores in the shade of a hedge, they still look great

Purple and white looking strong

Purple and white looking strong

It’s going to be frozen again tomorrow, so i’ve now got together a whole list of barn jobs, we’ll be organised and ready for the season, even if we haven’t quite finished the weeding!