Sleet yesterday and overnight left the garden highlighted in white.
The sun has cleared most of this away now but we will not see our temperature reach near 60°F as is normal here for early March. Instead it is just barely above freezing, 33°F at 1:00pm. It certainly is much warmer than in many parts of the U.S., still though it will be colder than usual for this entire week.
The two trees at the center back against the fence I imagined were Italian Cypress, but I have concluded they may be Spartan Juniper. I do not know if the left one is salvageable after this rough winter. The pair had grown too close together anyway, already outpacing their estimated width.
Winter is hanging on a bit, but last Sunday was warm, over 70°F, and I think the grass is getting greener. Daffodils are ready with fat buds, waiting for a few nice days.