Monday, November 4, 2013

Frosty Morning

Yesterday afternoon, I pulled out the dried up calendula, gomphrena, pansy, and scarlet flax plants from the flower bed. Into the compost bins they went.  I couldn't budge the rose mallow plants - deep roots - or the kale or Swiss chard, so those will have to wait until the Spring to be removed.

I'm glad I did that yesterday.  This morning, it is -11 degrees and everything is covered with a heavy frost.  Butters (neighbour's cat) spent her second night at our house, even though her people only live two doors down.

Today I'll be making a run to the post office to mail some Speckled Algonquin beans to the Populuxe Seed Bank in Edmonton for their collection.

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