An almost black and white view of the garden in the afternoon of 19 March 2018.
A different view of a patch of hellebore.
The Oleander was completely bent under the weight of the snow.
The hyacinth looked rather shocked by their surprise topping.
The hives are the most sheltered under the trees and I am glad we decided to insulate them this year.
The snow has all melted now and is nothing compared to what falls regularly in the winter in many parts of the world. It is unusual though to have snow like this in March in this part of the world.
It is a snowfall to remember for us, the day before the spring equinox.