Greetings and Holykisses,
We definitely got frosted.
Before dark, I dug out all thee old sheets and headed outdoors with clothespins in all my pockets. Then, began the hunt for empty flower pots, buckets and anything that could be used for "covering."
Four tall window screens, sheets and clothespins and wala we had a peony pup tent.
Upon a close inspection, I'd discovered that the cucumbers had come up, as well as the peas and beans. All of them, and the potatoes were bundled up in a bed of old hay.
Clay pots, trash cans, buckets, and even an old chamber pot, became winter hats for tomatoes.
More sheets and buckets covered a grapevine, more peonies, zinnias, and roses.
I'm so thankful we had the warning, and I had time to prepare.
Opening the Word this morning, I started back in Genesis. Gen 2:15 sure stood out: "And the Lord God took the man, and put him into the garden of Eden to dress it and to keep it."
My garden was certainly dressed up last night.
Hopefully warmer mornings are in the forecast.