The snowdrops have been growing away recently and I took this shot a few days ago. They aren't quite as upright now.
I noticed my camassia bulbs coming through too, again, this was a few days ago.
This is what the blueberries looked like this morning. We had a frost and the coldest night of the winter so far. Now I know that -5 degrees centigrade is not really cold, particularly when America is suffering -30 degrees centigrade, but -5 is cold enough for me.
Hydrangea Annabelle always looks elegant, even with dead flowerheads. They look really sculptural with a layer of frost.
My palm won;t really be liking the cold, but its frosty leaves made a nice pattern.
Rhododendron Tinkerbird edged with white.
Even the stainless steel spheres looked a bit more magical and mysterious than usual.
So, there is the green and white. Where's the pink? Well, my camellias are trying to flower despite the temperatures and the fact that it is only January (February tomorrow).
I really hope the bud survives the weather as it looks as though it will be a pretty flower. I should really have fleeced it - I hope it's not too late!
Another sort of green - peridot and sterling silver earrings. The pair on the right went to a colleague at work and the pair on the left went to my mum in law. They both have August birthdays. I think they liked them.