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We started getting nice warm weather here in the NE, to the point where I dared put my tomato seedlings outside (never could grow them well, let alone from scratch. But this year we might need our own food…) Then one day, cold. Then frost warnings, wtf. My basil started turning purple so Good Dad Exotic Vintage Shirt I took them inside, along with all the seedlings. But they’re back outside until the next freak nature thing. It’s crazy how fast the South goes from “Hurricanes and blistering heat, with an inch of snow per decade” to “Balls of ice from the sky, motherfucker!” as you go north.
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I suffered this same thing. I planted flowers with my mom and some herbs. Literally two days later it snowed. SNOWED. IN MAY. I hate the midwest LMAO Cover them with a Good Dad Exotic Vintage Shirt plant blanket, it’ll save most things down to about 20deg, and save leafy greens (kale, chard, collards) down to about 10deg. Basil should be fine under a plant blanket with frost too. Well, I am in Texas so the needs are pretty extreme when the heat sets in. You just have to keep an eye on them for any signs of wilting in the afternoon at the very tips of the highest new growth or for any wrinkling on the fruit. If you see any of that then up the water.