Saturday Jan 24 2009 comments Raindrops on Roses... By: Photos by Ashley Baer/Auburn Journal -A +A A Dianthus Telstar Red stands tall among the rest, covered in rain drops from the previous night's storm. Columbine "McKana" hyrbid. Though many of the plants were bare in the cold of winter, it didn't take too much searching to find swatches of color. Rain drops pool in the leaves of succulants, which need very little water to begin with. Danova mix flowers waiting to be planted for the spring.