HGTV reminds us that gardens are gorgeous, even in winter. Here’s what it looks like when Mother Nature covers everything with a beautiful blanket of white.
Bare wisteria branches make a wintery canopy at Cheekwood Botanical Garden and Museum of Art in Nashville, Tennessee.
Hydrangeas are even beautiful when they’re not in bloom at the Chicago Botanic Garden.
A statue crowned with snow seems like it’s shivering in the Farwell Landscape Garden at the Chicago Botanic Garden.
The trees may be dormant, but this snowy pathway at Longwood Gardens in Kennett Square, Pennsylvania, is alive with beauty.
Sage, thyme, parsley and other herbs sleep the winter away at the Nancy Bryan Luce Herb Garden at the New York Botanical Garden.
A dusting of snow decorates the United States Botanical Garden in Washington, D.C.
Originally called the fountain of water and light, Bartholdi fountain at the United States Botanical Garden in Washington, D.C. was designed by Frédéric Auguste Bartholdi, who also created the Statue of Liberty.
Snow doesn’t stop New Yorkers from strolling around the Brooklyn Botanic Garden.