- Apr 26, 2019
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This is my second year gardening, first year growing from seeds. I have some tomatoes that have outgrown there pots and I'm getting antsy about getting them into the ground. I have been hardening them off for the last week, and we are finally getting nights into the 50s this week, but next week as of right now it could possibly get as low as 42°. I know they should survive, but is it worth stressing them out? Should i just wait another two weeks to plant and watch the weather closely? What is the best minimum night tempts if so? Thanks!