But after an icestorm, the winter garden can transform into a magical fairyland, which may console us from a climactic event that we, quebecers, have learned to dread because of its devastating consequences.
|Spiraea (bottom picture) and the fruits and branches of a Rose (picture just above this text) are prisonners of ice.|
|The branch of a young cherry tree swathed in a short lived, precious cristal.|
|A dwarf cedar and a raspberry branch loaded under the weight of ice.|
They can make the ice simply enchanting. These pictures have been taken this year and last year in both gardens just after the icestorms we had.