Many houseplants thrive outside during summer, growing well with the brighter light intensity, but it will soon be time to bring them back indoors. Most plants grown as houseplants originated in the tropics, so nighttime temperatures dipping into the 40’s and 50’s F mean it’s time to bring them inside. Click here for the complete article.
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For tiny green tomatoes developing on plants now, gardeners might wonder if this fruit will mature before frost.
Fruit development depends on tomato variety, day and nighttime temperatures, and amount of sunlight received between now and frost. And we don’t know when the first frost will be.
Below is the typical period of time a tomato needs from fruit set to maturity. Following that is an average range of days from flowering to maturity for other vegetables.
By: Kelly Feehan, Extension Educator
Release: Week of March 27, 2023
As temperatures warm in spring, plants covered with mulch for winter should be checked for new growth. If there is none, leave mulch in place as long as possible. It is important not to remove winter mulch too early or to cut the tops of herbaceous perennials off too soon.
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