We own them but for whatever reason DH takes them out of the car in the summer
(not like they take up much room).... we moved and now he can't find them. I'm
trying to be patient LOL!!
Zone 5 CT
On 11/15/04 7:44 AM, in article
I'd kill him - at the very least shout a lot.
When where I worked got a bunch of transfers from the Deep South, a couple
of us put together a "must haves' list for them. Heading the list was a snow
scraper in every car and extra windshield washer fluid in the trunk.
sigh.. my inlaws just left Hudson Valley for good. moved to Sarasota. Ingrid
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When it rains and is 50 degrees, the malls close down here. LOL!
Actually, our roads are slick with oil from the dry times, so when it finally
rains in spring or fall, many people go bump in the night.
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We got 3" here in MA. No problem. Ground is not frozen and the snow
insulated our lettuce from the 15F temperatures the next night. Some
lettuce under row covers was squashed by the weight of the snow on the
covers, but it tastes just fine. I expect the snow to disappear over the
next few days with the expected temperatures in the 40's and 50's. The
ground isn't frozen, so it won't be mud season just yet.
Covered the carrots and beets with leaves. I'll be digging them until
March. (After that, when the ground starts to warm up, the root crops
start to grow again and use the sugars stored in the roots, so they're
not as good, although still edible.)
I've tried to store the carrots in wet sand in a cold place, but they
get wimpy after a while. Much better right out of the ground. However
digging carrots in 10 degree weather is not quite as enjoyable as
digging them in the fall.
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