It was 46Ã‚Â°F this morning here. Caught me completely by surprise.
As I said in another post, all my container plants that I take care to send outside in groups as the spring weather warms up -- 45Ã‚Â°+, 52Ã‚Â°+, 62Ã‚Â°+... Are ALL outside already and I'm wondering what all that effort was for.
I haven't been paying attention to the night time temps because it's not supposed to matter this time of the season, but I'm guessing we must have had a cold dip the night before too because there's a 60+ plant that was looking odd yesterday. I don't know if I want to go outside and look at it today....
Hopefully the stuff in the ground are a little more buffered since the soil would have stayed relatively warm. I'll go see if the eggplants are "praying" (they hold up their leaves as if in prayer when they get cold).
Hope everybody in your garden came through OK, James!