The shiny droplets on the Yucca recurvifolia look almost frosty in the chilly mist. A predicted freeze last week never arrived. We have another freeze warning for Tuesday morning and it might happen this time so the tender plants are protected.
Agave ovatifolia poses for a portrait. It's grown so much I might need another strand of lights this December.
It's a standout on gray days and a color echo for the roof.
Even without the freeze the Bismarck Palm (Bismarckia nobilis) has been struggling in the chilly weather. Some changes may be coming to this bed in the spring.
Yucca 'Color Guard'
Agave 'Blue Glow'
Lindheimer's Senna foliage
Violet reflections on Tradescantia pallida or Purple Heart
Buffalo grass defies gravity by holding up huge numbers of droplets aligned along the leaves.
Variegated St. Augustine grass also holding up in the mist.
The weather has been awesome for Texas Bluebonnet seeds which are popping up by the hundreds.
Now if we can get the right weather through the winter it should be a good show in the spring.
That's the foliage report for November to see more check out the comments section of Digging.