Garden Globe is a bit iced over this morning. Click images to enlarge.
Who knew dahlias could withstand a light snow and two nights of below-freezing temperatures?
A bit of ice still clings to the top of this dahlia bloom.
Take me in! Vintage pink flamingo is unfamiliar with its current milieu.
Nasturtiums also seem immune to the current weather. I transplanted the geraniums from these planters the other day, bringing them in for the winter, hence the snowy bare spot. I've had nasturtium leaves in my salads the past few days—they're slightly peppery tasting, like arugula.
Even my little squash is still green. I'm hoping for another two weeks of "normal" weather, and this squash just might make it to full size.
The hummingbird gate's wooden grain really stands out when it's wet. The zinnias in the background almost look like eyes for the hummer!
My little-used Infiniti is the recipient of falling leaves and falling snow. That's better than falling trees which dented the roof rail a few years ago on the passenger side, lol.