We get baseball size hail and damaging winds (not gonna mention tornados, cuz obviously it would take everything out and I need not worry whether the plants have even a slim chance of survival) and our plants, especially tomatos and pappers, are shredded down to the stem? Are they salvageable or will they grow back quickly from the roots?
I have mine sitting under and close to the trunk of the heavy leaved pines and other trees for now. No way can I move them all inside the house. So, I'm just having to leave this up to the Good Lord and the plants' resilience and recuperability powers.
Thought now might be a good idea to discuss this if you all have experienced these issues, and if not, a little info for us newbies will be extremely helpful - before we toss those pots out.