A Hill Country Garden
I've been looking for this at nurseries and can't find any. I see it roadside places, but so far none where it was safe enough to stop. Long story short, I am happy-happy to enjoy the ice blooms in your post from my warm perch with a cup of hot coffee in hand. So gorgeous! Great photos and thank you for sharing a little magic today. I needed it!
Such an amazing performance and you captured it at its best. I have some out there and need to go take a look.
How cool is that? Neat-O!
I've never heard of ice weed. That's pretty cool. Looking at those interesting formations would give me a reason to venture out on a cold morning. Lately. I've just been hibernating waiting for things to warm up.
I usually go to a friends ranch and check them out Ally. I have hundreds of pictures of weird ones but just wanted to put pictures of mine on here.
Verbesina virginica, or frost weed, is one of those plants I've always wanted in my garden, but agree with Texas Deb it's been impossible to find. As you mentioned, Bob, it's an exceptional nectar source for bees and butterflies and the "flowers" are a wonder.
I will pot you one up Girl friend. Just as soon as they start showing this spring.
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