Green Mantis
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Thanks for the idea, it looks like a good one! I think we will try that. Will it work if they don't have flowers on them yet though? Love this forum, SO many ideas and helpful people!!! :D

garden5
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Yeah, it should work.

Good luck and let us know how everything turns out.
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Green Mantis
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Definately will. I'm really curious about what will happen too! :)

Hispoptart
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According to a web site, depending on what city you live in, your first frost comes between 8/29 and 9/23. So watch your weather carefully. I check mine every afternoon now a cover my plants if theres even a chance it will frost. Looks like I will be covering them for the next few days for sure.

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The weather will be pretty stable for me until about the beginning of Oct., that's when I'll have to start paying close attention to the forecasts and start getting buckets ready. Hope you garden makes it through the coming week.
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