Last night brought freezing rain and colder temperatures than we’ve yet experienced this fall. It is a beautiful, foggy morning. The air is crisp, the wind is silent and the frost has made beautiful patterns on windows and on plants.
It’s a good thing that the fish are housed inside since the pond is now frozen over.
The garden looks quite lovely covered with a thin layer of tiny frost pellets. Here’s a picture, at right, of the Mohican Wayfaring Tree (Viburnum lantana ‘Mohican’)
looking frosty this Saturday morning.
Now the question is: will there be more snow for Hallowe’en?