Tuesday was unseasonably warm for us. I took the opportunity to survey the garden and do a little clean up.
During the survey, I discovered that something has dug up my orange/peach tulips! Don't know if any bulbs got left behind. I wonder if something just ate them or if a squirrel has "planted" them in other places. Will be watching this spring. I've had those tulips in that spot for over ten years. Crazy wildlife.
I got the "wild area" tidied up a bit and have decided where the next composting hole will be.
Today wasn't bad, but we are in the area of "crippling" ice that is forecast for the Sunflower State. We'll see what tonight and tomorrow brings. Just some light rain showers this evening, but family and friends south of us are reporting ice forming on trees at this hour and it's moving north. Maybe I'll have some icy garden photos for you next.
Be safe if you're in the path of this storm system too.
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