Should I replant?
About 5 weeks ago I started some Sibley, Sweet Meat, Butternut and Delicata squashes in 4" pots in my small heated green house. It wasn't long before they were ready to transplant and so I did while the weather was warm. Well, since that time the weather has been persistently cool and showery and the plants are not happy at all. They are growing but very slowly and look a bit pitiful. Very much like you would expect them to look like when the daytime highs do not exceed 53 degrees. Should I start them over? Or will they grow to normal size with the upcoming warm season? I know they are stunted, but will that have any permanent effect? If time wasn't an issue I would restart them, but the growing season is barely enough to ripen these guys.