We had such a mild winter last year. Every year is different. The 'Artic Hurricane' sends some unusual temperatures our way. Not nearly as cold as Atlanta, certainly not like the states with single digit temperatures, but we keenly feel the cold.
I went out and said goodbye to the Gingers this morning.
Shell Gingers and Cardamon Gingers kept their foliage last winter.
Cabbages are wrapped in some polyester material in which chairs we bought were wrapped. It looked a lot like row cover, so I improvised. Just beginning to head, these were still young for cutting and storing, so I'm taking a chance that we can keep them.
I am anxious about what happens in the greenhouse. Monitoring the temperatures closely as they drop.