It's snowing. In New Jersey. In October. It has NEVER snowed before the middle of November ever before!!!! We haven't even had a single frost yet, and it's snowing. Not just snowing, but accumulating. I'm up to almost 2 inches already. This. Sucks. And my plants are out there currently covered with snow.
None of my plants were already protected well because today was my first free day to get that done. Well, so much for that. I went to see how covering them would work, but the coverings got covered so quickly that they could easily break the plants.
So I have carrots, mustard greens, red russian kale, and garlic out there. The carrots and garlic are mulched, but not super well or thickly. Do you think the plants will survive? Should I leave the snow on, or try to brush it off?