After the first cold spell of the winter it is always worrying looking around for damage. With some succulents like the agaves it is rare to see any damage at this early stage and even at the end of winter they can look fine only to keel over a month later due to rot. Other plants like aeoniums damage is instant, you can walk out after one night to find the entire plant has melted and there is a pile of mush where the plant used to be.
Thankfully this is the only damage so far and it was an experiment anyway. Comparing to the reports of damage from other parts of the country I have been lucky so far. Long may it stay that way.