Tips for protecting plants from frost and cold weather

The weather now is unpredictable: yesterday it was sunny and plus temperatures, today it’s freezing. Many people remember the times when winter was snowy, spring was warm, summer was hot and moderately rainy, and autumn allowed for harvesting at the end of October. But because of human interference with nature, anomalies occur. Crocuses bloom in winter, it snows in summer, and spring brings us late frosts every year. Warm weather causes flowers to sprout and bloom, but the cold air can kill them. Trees can have bark damage as water, after the snow melts, gets into the cracks and then freezes. The lower the temperature drops on the thermometer, the faster our hopes for a good crop melt away. There are some simple useful tips to protect your plants from cold: Cover the plant with dense material… Read more “Tips for protecting plants from frost and cold weather”