I live in the Florida Panhandle and was gone all summer. When I came home a few weeks ago, I weeded out my overgrown garden plots and pots. I planted my winter garden soon thereafter. In two of my pots I found some short (6" tall maybe) volunteer tomato plants. Should I just let them ride outdoors (other than pulling into the garage if a freeze is forecasted), or would they do better if I had them in warmer temps the whole time? Before long, overnight temps will be between 40 and 60 most nights, and daytime highs in the 50's and 60's. Any tips?
As for which variety they are....I really don't remember what was in these pots. They could be Jubilee, Woodle, or Yellow Pears.