Bean Plants

Bean Plants


Anonymous added on December 21, 2014 | Answered

My bean plants are freezing a little; my tomato plants already did. I am covering up the tomatoes, or is it too late? Do I need to cover my bean plants? It only gets down to 30 to 45 degrees here at the coldest. Do you think they might need it?


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Nikki
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Answered on December 22, 2014

If your tomato plants have already succumbed to freezing temps, then it's likely too late to save them. If your beans have only slightly been damaged, they may be ok, though really these plants need warmer temps to grow successfully. You can try covering your beans but how well they respond is iffy at best.

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