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Thank you Frogymom. I hope they survive too. I do not have enough covers for my entire garden so I protected the ones that are more delicate. We barely have enough room on the patio and in the laundry with all the pots I had to bring from outside. The garden hose burst open from the ice and we had to leave the two outside faucets
dripping from fear of freezing. And we are suppose to have more nights like this.
Crista no chance of warmer temps in my neighbourhood. We live close to the mountains and the cold air glides from the mountain and hangs above us and that is why we are usually up to 10 degrees cooler than the airport temps. At 7 this morning we had 29 degrees on the covered patio. No idea how cold was in the backyard but just to give a hint, one of the faucets that the Prunator installed in the very back of the garden and that is protected by a huge tree canopy , froze solid. I told the Prunator that we need to cover it and he said no. I hope it will not damage it. I do not know how much my plants can take of this weather.
My brother , from Europe and my family from New York cold me yesterday, and their weather was warmer than ours. That's crazy !