Would you believe yesertday we spent all day in the garden and working on the flower beds in 65° sunshine and today it is gloomy and snowing/sleeting?
By last night we were running around trying to cover up some of our tender plants just in case. The snow isn't sticking, however, I didn't want any plants to freeze too bad. So right now in our garden, it looks like we are growing large plastic bottles and plant pots. Over our flower beds, we covered our tender lovelies with antique windows resting at an angle between the garage side wall and the sidewalk so any snow that might fall would not rest in the plants. Yes, a little overprotective. I know so chill is good for them but is there a too much point?
I'd love to hear tricks of your own to save your plants. My backyard is looking pretty random right about now.