Sunday, October 13, 2013

Frost flowers...

Frost flowers.  These are new to me – “flowers” made of ice extruded from long-stemmed plants or pieces of wood.  They mostly form in the fall, when there are wet plants and freezing temperatures.  Here's a Wikipedia article on them, and several collections of photos and information, here, here, and here.

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  1. Winter plants create interest, texture and a bit of the unexpected. With glossy evergreen leaves and showy flowers in shades from pale pink to brilliant red. see here