i have 16 bagseed plants that i want to get rid of that are vegged about 40 days so far indoors. i want to get rid of them to make way for some femmed seeds i want to get instead. it still gets down to about 40 degrees here over night and its in the 60's-70's during the day. i was wondering what would happen if i put them outside right now? would that be ok? im really not too worried about them i would just rather see them get put into the ground and possibly get something out of them rather than just throwing them away you kno?
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Is it too cold to plant outside?
Posted 23 April 2010 - 07:58 AM
Go look at an extended forecast for your area and see if any warm spells are on the way. Next time you're out take a look at the flowers, green plants and ground cover. I can see through my mom's garden, that yes, plants are growing and surviving in the current conditions. New plants are also sprouting.
Edited by Drivenone, 23 April 2010 - 08:01 AM.
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