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Snow arrives to stay in November. Have garlic and tests for winter-hardiness in the ground before then.
Snow melts the third week of March. Within a day or two plant peas, lettuce, spinach.
Mid April plant carrots, beets, radishes, brassicas, second crop of peas.
Wait and wait and wait for it to warm up. Too cold for even the weeds to grow.
May 5th plant corn.
May 15th plant crookneck , winter squash, and muskmelons.
May 27th. Average last frost date. Still snowing off and on.
June 5th. Plant tomatoes, peppers, watermelon, beans.
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