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Old March 1, 2018   #7
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Well... there may be close to a foot of snow on my garlic beds for the past two days, but that is the deepest snow cover they've had all winter. This morning's snow has turned to freezing drizzle and the high will be above freezing today, and every day in the forecast this week is above zero although near the freezing mark. If there's any sunshine at all, there won't be snow on the raised beds for long. But still we are a long way from the usual 'frost free' date of June 4, and normally see lots of winter weather still in March and April.

I am certainly curious to see how the garlic fares with such a snowless winter, and so many thaws.
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