Saturday, April 23, 2005

#!*%^! Snow


Yes, it is possible that it might snow in this part of the country. It wouldn't be so bad if I didn't have shrubs getting ready to bloom, as well as significant growth in my perennial bed. I've been running around covering anything that I think could be damaged by snow or frost. Maybe I'm over-reacting, but this is my first major garden, I'd really hate to lose anything.


BarbaraFromCalifornia said...

What a beautiful photograph. Love your garden.

Snow does not destroy a garden per se. The plants will not grow, but once driness sets in, if the season is right, they will be beautiful once more.

Good luck!

Cerys Clevercrow said...

Thanks! I was more worried about frost, but it looks like all the plants that I was worried about are ok.

Now if I just can keep the rabbits from eating my blueberries, everything will be great! I scattered blood meal around, which worked until it rained. The bunnies were munching on the bushes before I could get more blood meal around the plants.

They're cute, but arrrgh!

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