Arum italicum Lord and Ladies. I was a dunce about this plant, forgetting it was supposed to go dormant in late spring and then being surprised when it emerged this fall. Patiently, not really, waiting for the leaves to develop more interesting patterning as they grow into mature clumps.
Symphoricarpos x chenaultii 'Hancock' Coralberry mostly disappeared under the snow.
Rosemary 'Tuscan Blue' and Euphorbia 'Ascot Rainbow’ had disappeared under the snow my husband shoveled in the driveway...
They pulled through. I do not understand how the Euphorbia 'Ascot Rainbow’ managed this, but it did. I will probably cook something out of the one broken rosemary stem.
Another Euphorbia 'Ascot Rainbow’ because one is not enough, especially in the winter. I actually do not even like the flowers on this plant.
Laurus nobilis Sweet bay. Yes, that is a bungee assisting the main stem in righting itself after being mightily crushed by the snow. I have grown this from a small plant, and dug it up when we moved. It has loved being in the earth again. Ida been heartbroken to lose any of it. One of many shadowboxes along the fence that my very handy husband built out of stage set wood.