How they are formed
Frost Flowers are formed when thin layers of ice come out of long stemmed plants in the early winter. When there is sap inside a plant and it freezes, it expands and cracks open the plant. When the cracks form then water then comes out but instantly freezes and forms the frost flowers petals. The petals are very sensitive and can break to the touch.
Types of Frost Flowers
What weather they are formed in
When there is freezing weather and the ground is not already frozen.