Where I live in Northern Ireland, we can get frost up through the end of May so I have to be careful about planting out tender plants. I usually harden off plants I've grown from seed in May and plant out from the 1st June. Plants pictured are established and have to fend for themselves when its frosty!
Left: Frosted Lupin foliage.
|Columbine/Aquilegia drooping (more than usual) from the frost.|
|Frosty azalea shrub.|
|Frosted geranium leaves.|
|Black mondo grass whitened with frost.|
|Tulips coming into flower amongst the Honesty - they don't seem to mind the frost.|
Palm Sunday today! Enjoy your weekend!