At the beginning of the storm I hastily through some sheets/covers on few plants I wanted to protect from heavy snows and the cold that was going to follow.
A cover over one of my Yucca torreyi. These are not quite big enough for me to feel comfortable leaving them on their own during the winter, although I did not cover them last year except during extremes like I will do this year.
The start of the storm.
After the storm
New "recycled pipe" railing project I will be working on for the next several years, unless I find more pipe, more money, and more time. Looking for any unwanted 1" and 3/4" pipe, holes in pipe are fine. (in the local area) Takes hundreds of feet of pipe, lots of ready mix cement, lots of welding wire, and lots of time.
A non cold hardy cactus that I left out. Maybe worth a try next summer?
Younger Yucca brevifolia.
The only truly hardy agave I have, and only time will tell. lol
The 3 wise men.
Cylindropuntia tunicata, this froze back a few years a go and is slowly making a come back.
With the blue skies and the fluffy snow...even I liked it. Of course it wont break my heart to see it all melt. I never back in my blog during the summer months to look at snow pics, but I always find myself in the winter looking back at my summer pics. lol