Today we woke to a thin covering of white stuff, a rarity this winter on Cape Cod. I ran out to capture a few shots before the slushy mess disappeared completely. Poor man’s fertilizer, it is called, when a covering of snow arrives in spring, depositing nitrogen and other nutrients to the soil.
It may not technically be spring, but who is going to let the daffodils know that – or the chrysanthemum that has been growing all winter in the pot?
The garden frog is watching over those daffodils. Don’t worry, the snow won’t hurt the emerging bulbs.
It won’t be long now; almost time to mow the lawn.