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danger of frost

Posted by cghpnd 7 / Virginia (My Page) on
Sat, Apr 20, 13 at 20:31

Hey yall. I live in Northern Va. I have swamp milkweed outside in containers. They are all nice and wet from yesterday's storms. Now tonight is supposed to be 34 degrees. Should I bring my plants in or will they be ok?they do not have eggs on them. This is my 1st time with plants period.


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RE: danger of frost

Thirty-four degrees probably won't hurt them, but the weather people may be wrong, you may have a freeze, and it won't hurt to bring them in.
I put my plants in the bath tub, because they're usually wet on the bottom, and I can clean up after them easily there.

Sherry


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RE: danger of frost

  • Posted by cghpnd 7 / Virginia (My Page) on
    Sun, Apr 21, 13 at 13:33

Thanks. I brought them in n just left them by the sliding glass door. I was so worried! It was actually 30 here last night.


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