Ugh! So I have the high majority of my plants and seedlings kept in my greenhouse out on my back deck and we've had a few nights of extremely cold weather. The first night it got down to 22! So ok I can understand my greenhouse wouldn't be able to handle that well it's been getting into the low 30's and I am still losing more plants and seedlings to the cold weather. Hubby and I tried putting a white and clear colored tarp over the two tiny windows in the greenhouse and I just checked it again this morning and still having plants dying. If this keeps up I'm going to have to bring everything indoors until it's nicer out. My new flat of tomato plants are 3/4 dead now, those are now indoors under my grow lights in the hopes I might be able to bring them back from the brink of death. They still (on many) have intact and ok looking new growth in the crooks of the branches of leaves that died. My new Basil plants are frost bitten too so those are now covered with empty plant pots to try to save them.
The only plants that are doing ok are my soy beans (had a couple die) and my kholerabi and brussel sprouts. Surprisingly my pumpkin seedlings are seemingly thriving on this weather. I wish Mummy Nature would quit messing with us here in Ohio!
It would appear that nature is not wanting me to garden this year. SMH