The Yuccas are taking this cold winter weather in stride.
Agave ovatifolia is good to 15F so it can take some frost.
Bunny Ears Cactus coated in ice and frozen solid in their icy strawberry pot.
Icicles on the outside light. You can see this type of ice coats everything.
'Orange Frost' Citrus living up to its name.
Agave americana usually pulls through these frosty days just fine.
Frozen Bluebonnets, they can take a lot of cold so we'll still have wildflowers in the spring.
A solitary Bluebonnet rosette in the rocks.
Ice began sheeting off the metal roof as the day warmed up.
The falling ice created a slushy spot in front of the garage.
This aloe was shared from a friend's garden and is probably pretty hardy.
These small aloes probably won't make it though.
Google Awesome Motion flick of the sheeting ice rolling assembly-line style off our roof.
The ice made a mess of morning traffic and most events were cancelled. By early afternoon the ice was mostly gone and the roads are clear now. Our weather is predicted to be up in the sunny 70s by Sunday and then much, much colder through next week.