How did your garden fare in that last arctic blast? I showed pictures of mine all covered, and soon thereafter the covers were thrown off, and the hoping that everything wasn't dormant began! I did find a little bit of damage on some of my green beans that were less protected by other plants, but that seems to be all that was affected in this last bout - HOORAY!!!!! But what's this talk about snow into June in Colorado??
It seems that nothing went dormant - hooray! Tomatoes have been growing a good bit, and now I'm seeing some already formed and growing on my Rutgers plants! My San Marzanos also have a few on the vine, as do my Blondchopfkens, and I'm hoping the rest begin to follow suit quickly! =)
How about in your garden? What's growing? What are you sowing? Are you still harvesting cold-weather crops there, and dreaming of warmth, or are you where the summers are just plain too hot for growing, and you're looking at the last couple of months of your gardening season before a few months' rest?
Oooh... and a heads up! I'll soon be starting to post about the growing and production cycle of various plants that I grow, trying to answer questions I never did seem to find an answer to before growing them myself! I'll be providing pictures of the various stages of growth for them, as well.
Keep an eye out - I'm still deciding on what order they'll come out! =)