Some of you may know I have a portable greenhouse and I stuck my plants in the greenhouse monday afternoon from being indoors and they have been their ever since enjoying being closer to the ground, they did not seem to get shock whatsoever..
Ok now mother nature is taking its toll on a number of gardners just by reading some of the threads on this forum. Last night the low got down to the 30s and my plants seem ok in the greenhouse. My greenhouse isnt heated so I'm rolling the dice.
Tonights low is suppose to get down to 31 degrees, with this being said, what will happen to my tomatoes,pumpkins, and peppers in the greenhouse, they wont get frost being inside the greenhouse, but their is alot of condensation from the outside being colder then the inside, this stuff may freeze.
Long story short, what will happen to my plants, do I need to carry each plant in the house? Can they all actually die because of the temps??
Also I have broccoli in the ground, do I need to cover my 4 plants or are they strong enough to brave the last cold night I'm hoping, they are probably 4-6 inches tall if this makes a difference??