The unpredictable weather is making life very difficult for farmers in our region.
James Hosking's family have been farming flowers at Fentongollan for more than 130 years.
However thanks to the deep mud, this growing season has been amongst the most unpredictable.
At the weekend we could see minus temperatures and even the threat of snow flurries.
A typical temperature for Cornwall at this time of year is more like 7 to 10 degrees.
But James says it's not all been bad.
The family also raise lamb with 1000 breeding ewes. Like many livestock farmers the cold snap has been hard to manage.
James hopes by Easter the weather will turn a little milder and more typically Cornish.