Monday, February 6, 2012


Hoarfrost is basically very small pieces of white ice that cover plants and outside objects. It develops like dew, when there is more moisture in the air than the air can carry. Today's conditions have allowed the frost to last all morning and into the afternoon. Hoarfrost has given a stunning look to the grasses and seed heads standing in the prairie at Habitat  Home. Another good reason to leave seed heads and grasses standing during the winter months.

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