The last of the Gomphrenas--guess these are seed?
This Pansy is keeping her bonnet around her little face.
Most of my Snapdragons are holding on. It sure it taking the ones I started from seed a long time to bloom.
Of course this Walking Iris is not in bloom. Just wanted to show the frost damage, see the white blades?
Alyssum is trying to hold on.
Lobelia and Petunias have been kept on the front porch under a sheet,
and still they look sad.
The two Poinsettias that I had planted in the garden and kept alive for over a year are severely frost bitten. I am leaving them w/o pruning to see what happens come Spring. In the meantime I have a beautiful Poinsettia in the house.
Come Spring it will be planted in a large container and 'placed' in the garden. If Jack Frost decides to visit next winter I can bring it in.
Thank you Carol over at http://maydreamsgardens.blogspot.com/ for hosting the monthly GBBD. Thank you Tootsie over at http://tootsietime.blogspot.com/ for hosting the weekly Fertilizer Friday.