Central Texas just experienced an unexpected early freeze. My garden weathered the first night effortlessly with a low of 36 degrees. I thought I was out of the woods, but I should have been watching that one, two punch.
|Pink Knockout Rose|
|Fire Cracker Fern and Day Lily|
There was some light damage here and there. My morning glories were a little toasted along the top of their trellis, but other cold sensitive plants like this Almond Verbena are still reaching for the sky.
I'm pretty happy to have escaped any serious freeze damage. With temperatures heading back up to the 80's by this weekend, the plants in the garden can continue their chaotic end of season blooming.
|Purple Coneflower, Coral Nymph Salvia, and Cigar Plant|
|Forsythia Sage and Copper Canyon Daisy|
|Pam's Pink Turk's Cap|