This isn’t rain. Those water drops are the result of guttation, a process by which root pressure forces some water to exit the plant through special structures, called hydathodes, in the leaf. Not all plants do this.
This reminds me of one red rose I had blooming out of 3 feet of snow by my lamp post when I lived on Long Island.My grandma always said it meant something -) It didn't have any frost on it tho.it was a fresh red rose -)
When autumn meets winter. The snow lightly kisses the leaves. I so miss the seasons. Especially autumn and winter.
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