what to do now with tomato plants when frost hit them?
I have a really good tomato crop - the "Early girl" and "Heirloom". But yesterday the frost touched the plants and all the leaves look horrible, and now what do I do? Because there is a lot of tomatoes still ripening and the whethter during the day is fine - a lot of sun. Should I just leave them like that and cover them at night or should I take them in the garage and hang them there for them to continue to ripen?
Or did the frost destroyed them and they will stop ripening?
Why in the world did not I cover them yesterday:-(
It is my first garden year, help, please!