|Tomatoes and peppers protected by tunnel covers.|
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|Spring peas after the freeze.|
The funniest thing about the late freeze? Patches of bermuda grass in the yard decided to go dormant again!
|Rose and herb border was not affected by the cold.|
We pulled some of the crop of raddishes, continue to pick spinach, planted some late-season carrots, and re-tilled the corn patch. Some of the potatoes we missed last fall are sprouting, as are myriad sunflowers from seeds the birds pecked out. Gardening the second season is more fun because of bonus plants that sprout from last season's discarded vegetables.
|One of many peaches developing on our trees.|