It has been raining for at least a week now on the western slope of Colorado due to the mammoth Pineapple Express streaming into the area. All the snow is gone at my place, (Glenwood Springs, CO 5800 feet) and I am worried that everything in my garden may start waking up.
I laid down a copious amont of Dr. Earth 4-4-4 and covered everything with about 2-3 inches of cotton boll mulch in late October. I am hoping the tulips don't wake up. Some of the early daffodills always come up in the Fall and then overwinter under the snow.
Has anyone experienced this before? The last time I remember a Pineapple Express like this, I was living in southern California and ended up having to weed the shingle roof! LOL :))