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Tag Archives: frost damage
I’m a bad plant mom!
These “Vintage” stock plants were seeded December 31st. They’ve required care and loving attention, space and lights since then. When they came into bloom February 22, some were planted in a decorative pot and allowed to settle in for a … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged Critter damage, frost damage, gardening, Indiana gardening, Spring, when mistakes happen 11 Comments
A pretty day, after a couple of days of much-needed rain fell, so I finally became disgusted enough with the view of the potager to do something about it. The two potted “Juliet” grape tomatoes that have produced a quart … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged Covid times, frost damage, gardening, Indiana gardening, potager 6 Comments
Was it worth it?
Someone asked me if I really thought going to the trouble of covering “tender” crops before a frost was worth the effort. I reported in an earlier post that our first frost occurred on October 5, but that it was … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged frost, frost covering, frost damage, gardening, growing your own food, Indiana gardening, kitchen garden, potager 9 Comments
Six on Saturday: May 9th
Last night’s 24 degrees F broke the record (28 degrees) for May 9 that was recorded in 1947, the year I was born. That really puts the night’s freeze in perspective. My dad always said “A thunderstorm in January means … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged frost, frost damage, growing your own food, Indiana gardening, nasturtiums, peas, potager, record temperatures, Six on Saturday 8 Comments
And the Frost came…
while I was away. I knew it had come, and dreaded the sight would greet me upon my return. Death everywhere, beginning in the Front Garden as I pulled into the driveway. Of course at the time, it was … Continue reading
Posted in frost, Uncategorized Tagged autumn, frost damage, gardening, gardening in Indiana, kitchen garden, Lettuce, Potager, purple mustard 14 Comments
What happens if….
it rains 16 out of 18 days? The Gardener gets very grumpy, watching the fields flood and the mulch washing away. The area farmers will have to replant hundreds of acres once it dries out, and planting in general is … Continue reading
Posted in Blogging, gardening, Spring, Uncategorized, weather Tagged blogging, frost damage, gardening, rain, Spring, weather 22 Comments