For once we were on top of the schedule for vegetable gardening — tomatoes, peppers, cucumbers. All were in the ground about the first of May. I was so proud. Yes, it was ahead of the frost free date by about two weeks. But it had been sunny and warm and the forecast was good. Besides I could cover them if I needed and we would have fresh veggies two weeks sooner. Then came two nights in a row of just barely freezing temps. Despite the improvised covers of upside down gallon buckets, bye-bye plants. On the plus side the potted flowers all got moved to the back deck, covered with a sheet and they are doing great! Hope you are staying warm and blooming where you are. Thanks for stopping by to share your awesome posts!
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Thank you so much for hosting! This week I am excited to share Week two of the one room challenge which includes window treatments and the new bed frame! I hope you are having a great day and are staying healthy and safe!
THANK YOU again for hosting a great party and keeping some normalcy for us during these trying times. Dropping by from #ChasingMYLife to bring you my CROCK POT MOO SHU CHICKEN AND ONION PANCAKES, BAKED HAM & CHEESE SANDWICHES, and COCOA FUDGE BROWNIES. I’m looking forward to visiting links over the next few days. I hope you’re having a WONDERFUL week.
Marilyn Lesniak says
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So sorry about your plants…I waited and hope to buy all my annuals this week to plant in my pots! Thanks so much for the feature!! I gave you a Shout out on FB and will also do so in my next post!! Thanks too for continuing to host!! Stay safe, healthy and happy!
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Suzan | It's My Sustainable Life says
Oh no! A gardeners worst nightmare. Should that ever happen again, before the sun reaches your plants in the morning, spray the frost off the plant. Often that will save them. Hopefully you can get a few in the ground again this season! Thanks for hosting & have a wonderful week.
Thank you for hosting. Hope you had a lovely weekend!
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Miz Helen says
So sorry you lost your plants, gardening can be hard sometimes when it depends on so many other factors to be a success! Hope you have a happy and healthy week and thanks so much for the party!
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Oh I am so sorry about the plants. For once, we didn’t have a frost that threatened the garden!
Thanks so much for featuring my Peach Blueberry Crisp! What a nice Sunday surprise!
Take care and better luck on the second round of plants!
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Michele Morin says
Oh, poor little frozen plants. I am so sorry. We always wait until Memorial Day weekend, but it’s so tempting to plant early when the weather starts to get warm.
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