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A spring storm in Colorado covers an apple blossom in snow; hardening off indoor grown seedlings; and how to warm a mini-greenhouse at night.
The bees in the trees float in the breeze… and half went to a nice new home. Wow. What a delight to watch bees swarming. On April 8, I was outside and heard the low buzz of bees roaming about, not unusual for the backyard. I thought nothing of it until that low buzz… Continue reading The bee swarm
Now is the time to plant lettuce, kale, and spinach for a late spring salad. I will be planting these in the sunniest of my raised beds. You can also put out some flowers tolerant of low temperatures down to 32 degrees. Seedlings can be planted now, but its suggested to install a… Continue reading Planting the Spring Salad