Friday, January 8, 2010
Pond Ice Pearls and Winter Blackberries
We saw temps in the low 20's last night, leaving this string of ice "pearls" on one of my pond plants. They're telling us to expect something between 7 and 17 degrees tonight.
It also made my thornless blackberries' leaves turn this lovely red.
Maybe not your typical winter wonderland, but a nice change as long as it doesn't last too long and we don't have to drive on ice. That's not a skill many central Texans have mastered.
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