What a Difference

It has been all warm weather and sunny skies around the farmette for a few weeks.  Premature of course, but welcome non the less.  

This week we have had cold temperatures and frost at night. 


A hard freeze even occurred last night. 


It was a bit too much for a few plants, even though they were covered. 


Warm weather is back on the books starting tomorrow.  It's a good thing, as I was already spoiled. 

Comments

  1. morning freezing in New Jersey as well...a friend with an apple orchard is having a difficult time.

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  2. We received a few below freezing nights as well, but no frost. Weird.

    I hope most of your greenery survived. Lovely shots, Michelle.

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  3. I've had the gas logs on again in the mornings....ugh!
    Where is my wonderful March weather????

    Really pretty pictures of the frost!

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  4. We had spring in the winter and now winter weather is back. Snow is expected to our 4,000 ft. level and right now it's raining, overcast and cold. We need it, so I'm not complaining, just wish the weather would appear in the right season.

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  5. We were supposed to get low temperatures last night, but the frost did not appear. Warm temperatures for the next few days.
    Hopefully things will level off soon.

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  6. Reminds me of growing up in Michigan. Right when you're enjoying spring **whack** Mother Nature smacks you with a snowstorm. The last shot with the frost, fence and rolling hills is lovely. Have a terrific weekend!

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  7. Eeeks.. frost go away! We nursed a red banana plant all winter in my office.. I want to take it outside and all risk of frost has to be gone. The frost does make nice photos, though. ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

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  8. I know it was unwelcome, however it is very pretty....
    I can imagine the frosty stillness:)
    I hope your weekend is filled with sunshine!

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  9. Well maybe it got the maple sap running though.... :)

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  10. We've had to turn on the gas fire the last few mornings. I'm happy that it is warming up again.

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  11. brrrr... it's been chilly here. Today was better though, and I understand it's supposed to be a beautiful weekend. Have a good one!

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  13. Well it makes for gorgeous photos.

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  14. No frost here- but these dangerous storms are really starting to scare me. More due tonight and tomorrow. Hope the cold snap did not kill any of your plants. How are the bees taking it?

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  15. These frost photos are beautiful, though I understand the catch in the throat when you discover young, frozen plants. I wish you warmer nights.

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  16. The temperature and weather seems a challenge!

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  17. Hi Michelle, Your blog is just looking great. I've got to stop by here more often. Since my last visit you've changed the design up a bit and, wow ... very nice! The header pictures at the top are just perfect. You definitely have the photographer's eye. Nice work! Your pics of the bees reminded me of a report I recently saw on PBS about the importance of honey bees. I did not know that there are bee specialists who actually transport bees to different parts of the country to help with pollination where the local bees have disappeared. I think most of us city folks take bees for granted and don’t realize how important they are. Thanks for sharing and also thanks for stopping by John’s Island and your kind comments.

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  18. We have ahd the furnace on for the last 3 nights. Crazy isn’t it?

    Cindy

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  19. Bad weather here now, after a few warm sunny days...

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  20. Gorgeous photos, Michelle.I hope you are not experiencing the terrible storms that are predicted to bring tornadoes again! Stay safe!

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  21. Nice frost pics. We had an 85 to 25temperature swing.

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