DENVER (CBS4) – Using buckets, boxes, glass cloches and more, Colorado residents are doing everything they can to shield their plants from the freezing temperatures on the way. On Friday, CBS4 spotted several homes in the metro area ready for the snow.
Lisa Santry actually planted most her annuals and vegetables on Sunday.
“The bound is cucumbers. I’ve got zucchinis in this bucket, carrots over here,” Santry said. “I’m a little bummed. I’m a little worried cause we have seedlings in there too, but it’s Colorado, I was ready.”
Duncan Cameron planted his garden three weeks ago.
“I just wanted to take the precautions to protect the very sensitive plants – the tomatoes, egg plants, peppers, all the sensitive flowers,” said Cameron. “I just took a…
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