Tuesday, June 5, 2007

We interupt this normally frost free season to bring you...

... a risk of frost.

Eh?

Say again?

No, wait, lie to me.

Growing plastic in the garden:

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Two rows of tarped tomatoes, covered short season sweet potatoes, and straw mulched potatoes.

4 comments:

Stuart said...

That's a lot of effort to try and keep your tomatoes safe. Living on the coast we never have to deal with frosts but I can see why you would want to 'go the extra mile' to keep them safe. Well done.

Owin & Irena said...

unlike me, you seem totally prepared for a frost. we're shivering under a frost warning in Toronto right now. Hope your plants make it. I have some doubts about some of mine but am hopeful that the frost stays away.
Cheers.
Irena

Humpty Dumpty House said...

I couldn't bring myself to do it last night...to frost wrap my tomatoes. What is up with the weather?!?!?

I think my plants survived...

Anthony said...

Wow, frost warnings is June? That's crazy! We had 4 inches of rain here in NJ this weekend.