Some bright cheery flowers for a grey day.
We had a bit of snow here in East Tennessee and it’s a bit unusual for us.
Finally found frost flowers ~ something I only have heard about here in Tennessee!
Frost flowers develop when air temperatures are freezing but the ground still is warm enough for the plant’s root system to be active. Plant juices flow from these roots up into the stem, where the cold air freezes them. As the moisture in the plant freezes, the ice crystals push out through the stem.