Last Cold Day - Photos from our yard
|Frozen buds on the pear trees|
The bunnies are always active in our yard and in the snow their footprints are autographs of their activity.
|Rabbit footprints on back patio|
This morning it's 14 degrees out there and footprints in the snow make a little crunch sound from the ice that formed on the top layer.
|Re-purposed windows cold frames|
OK you win.
I'm confident that the White Russian Kale is still thriving under the one on the left but the loose leaf lettuce? Nah.
Pretend that little swale is more than 5 feet across, visualize a real pond with frogs. We needed it dug for the percolation, wanted it dug for the frog-appeal.
|Daffodils in snow|
For NE OK Zone 7 the last average frost date is April 15 and we have had killing freezes on April 15th more times than I care to recall. Despite the weather people saying spring is here keep your tender stuff in a protected place for a while longer!