My husband and I were out of town today when a strong thunderstorm blew through. We found plenty of hail still remained when we returned at least an hour later:
Some of our plants were injured, mostly the taller plants like this turtlehead:
For the most part, the damage appears minor, limited to just a few broken leaves.
This wild ginger, a single leaf for many years, finally spread and flowered this year but now doesn’t look so good:
Trillium sessile – standing tall this morning, then looking sad after the storm:
Fortunately, it looks like most of the damage is superficial. I’m hoping that all of them will bounce back yet this spring.