You’ve seen them before, holes in an otherwise solid sheet of ice, formed by moving water, either from a spring or an aerator. But did you know they have a name? Welcome to your new favorite piece of trivia: They’re called Symmes Holes (see the bottom of this story for an explanation).
Photo by Ivo M. Vermeulen
In the Native Plant Garden
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