Was that the last snowfall for us over here in the foothills? Possibly, but hopefully not if we get another frost… If you’re worried about your plants getting another bite of frost- take note that the snow is actually a good addition to your garden bed in such a situation. According to Colorado State University’s extension program, snow is a great insulator and protector against cooler temperatures. As a gardener, I love to occasionally peek in on CSU Extension’s “Planttalk Colorado”- an informative blog dispensing local horticulture-based knowledge at the click of a mouse. Here’s the link: (http://www.ext.colostate.edu/ptlk/index.html). For more info on snow for plants and other great tips, I suggest checking it out!