Early last week, we had the worst freeze we’ve been through as gardeners. Being as so far the greatest percentage of our gardening years has taken place in Florida, we didn’t get freezes or even sub 40* temperatures much. Of course there was that one time when 42* was too much for a starfruit seedlings… We’re just not used to this yet.
But last week, it was rough. Rougher than I thought it was going to be. Two nights of below 20* for many hours—hard freezes. The plants I thought were going to tough it out, wellll, not so much probably. Now we’re wondering just what is going to come back and what isn’t. We covered or brought in our usual suspects and then covered a few other plants as caution. Now I wish I could have thrown an extra oversize blanket over the whole garden.
Like I said, biding time until the last freeze, until warmer temperatures, and spring.