Snow in March

How does your garden grow? Perrenials are popping up all over the gardens. This is a very exciting time and there is so much to do every day to get the beds ready.

We put up the bunny fence already. Something was eating the tops off the Brussels Sprout transplants. Then, today I noticed that another top had been eaten. So, after the snow melted I reluctantly put Sevin dust on the plants. It could be early cutworms eating off the tops. I don't know if there are enough leaves left for the plants to survive.
The blooming daffodils got a good coating of snow. They all recovered and were standing tall by the end of today's sunny afternoon.


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