Quick Ways to Protect Your Plants from Frost

By | Last Updated On: August 18, 2021 @ 2:24 am

Megan Hughes from bhg said that Frosty weather in spring or fall that sends you to the closet for a jacket can be hard on certain plants in your garden, too.

Temperatures in the low 30s Fahrenheit can kill vegetable crops such as tomatoes and peppers, as well as colorful flowering annuals such as petunias and begonias. While you can’t grab a jacket for your cucumber vines or pots of marigolds, you can help your frost-tender plants come through cold snaps unscathed.

Here’s what you need to know about which types of plants need frost protection and when to take action.


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