Last fall this little collection of plantings was looking pretty lush and vibrant. They all live beneath the canopy of a date palm and are in close proximity to the house. Therefore, they usually winter just fine, thank-you-very-much.
However, since we are having weather that reminds me too much of Klamath Friggin' Falls, and for more days in a row than we care to remember, the plants are no longer happy campers. The euphorbia to the far rt. is a total loss. The Jacobinia will return to its former glory as will the Bird of Paradise, but the potted fuschias are history.