This distinctive form of frost grows in columns, lifting surface debris (leaves, gravel, moss, etc) from damp soil. I think the relatively warm soil wicks water to the base of the growing column, which is cooled by the night air. If the columns grow long, as shown here, they can sag and curve.
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