I salvage cuttings from plants to recycle,but early frost gets em!

Not sure if it's because I am so frugal or if it is my sentimentality towards owning cuts from my husband's grandfathers farm that are over 100 years old.

But every year an early fost kills or stunts the growth of new seedlings. I know our planting zone says not to put anything in the soil until after May 19th. However I just want to slowly move saplings from dormancy inside to the outside during sunlight hours. Is there anything outside of building a greenhouse that I can do to make transition easier? Signed,

Saddened by my plant loss

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