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We’ve been enjoying some warm days lately but it’s still too cold at night for all these lovelies to survive outside overnight. 

But no won’t be long now.  The frost free date for central Ohio is May 10, which just so happens to be Mother’s Day this year.

Just watch the nighttime temperatures and when they’re consistently above 50 degrees we should be safe.

Your favorite vegetables, such as tomatoes and peppers, follow this same rule.  However, they do the most growing when the ground is warm at night, which usually doesn’t happen until later in May. 

At Fisher’s Gardens we gear all of our production of flowers and vegetables to be ready May 5 just in case Mother Nature gives us a bonus of early warm weather.

As always, if you have any questions, please ask us.  We want you to be successful!