Asked on Apr 28, 2012

Freeze warning for tonight I'm glad I didn't get the tomatoes in yet. I'm starting a Mother's Day tomato planting

John WDouglas Hunt3po3


tradition this year.
3 answers
  • 3po3
    on Apr 28, 2012

    You're not alone. We pretty much always have to plant everything around Mother's Day, even though this year has been really warm (like everywhere else). I keep telling my neighbors there is going to be a late snowstorm, but I am running out of time to be right.

  • Douglas Hunt
    on Apr 28, 2012

    The urge to get things in the ground and get them growing is very strong, especially in a season like this. But there are bound to be reminders of what time of year it really is, like you are getting with your freeze warning, so it is always best to follow the traditional last freeze date for your area for cold-sensitive plantings.

  • John W
    on Apr 29, 2012

    smart Shabby Daze, no tender plants till than

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