I knew when I planted all the cool weather crops "too early", I would be facing the frost at least few times in the next month. Well, it's coming! Day temperatures are fine, but tonight 31 (which means I'm getting 27 or so), 38 tomorrow (34 for us)...
Glad I planned accordingly (and hope those who always jumps early did too)
First in-ground tomato has been flowering since last week:
Now covered in 3 layers of frost blanket, and a string of Christmas lights wrapped around the cage:
Lettuces, chard, radicchio, cress, arugula:
Radishes, mixed baby lettuce (under the mini dome), chard, onions and kohlrabi:
So there we have it. Very easy to uncover if needed, but will likely keep the covers on for a week or so, until the weather settles a little more. Plus keeping the bugs out in a way...
P.S. I know, I need to cut grass (again), after couple of days of rain and 75F weather, it just exploded!