Last week old man winter snuck back when I wasn’t paying attention.
Ice covering Chinese Pistache (Pistacia chinensis) tree.
Ice on Yellow Lead Ball bush and Crape Myrtle.
The good news is that this winter event brought rain – over five inches. Hip, hip, hooray.
The beautiful Cherry Laurel (Prunus caroliniana) looked really sad.
The weight of the ice on the branches was a concern. But in a couple of days, it was melting, and the tree perked back up.
The Live Oak, too, was frosted with ice.
Another Chinese Pistache with ice.
Yaupon Holly (Ilex vomitoria) with ice. Okay, you get the picture.
Texas Kidneywood (Eysenhardtia texana) is a native flowering small tree. The rebar post was put there when it was small to mark the spot to avoid with the mower. Guess it’s time to remove it.
Ice caked around a red rose hip on a climbing rose.
The hills were covered with ice, and it wasn’t fit for man nor beast to be out. A paraphrase of a W. C. Fields quote.
From inside where it was warm and cozy, it looked dreamy. And I’m so thankful for the rain.
“Sometimes my greatest accomplishment is just keeping my mouth shut.” Zane Baker