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We just had, throughout our whole region, a cold snap that's probably going to effect the tomato production of the area as I bet a lot of people forgot to cover their plants last night. I even have trash bags over the blueberry bushes and as much of the peach trees as I could shove into the bags. And then I staked the bags down so they didn't go flying off into the wilderness. And I called my parents to remind them to bring in their plants.

I also shoved everything into my very small Harbor Freight Kwalitee greenhouse and also my shed last night. All sorts of little seedlings.

I usually grow tomatoes in my greenhouse.

We just had, throughout our whole region, a cold snap that's probably going to effect the tomato production of the area as I bet a lot of people forgot to cover their plants last night. I even have trash bags over the blueberry bushes and as much of the peach trees as I could shove into the bags. And then I staked the bags down so they didn't go flying off into the wilderness. And I called my parents to remind them to bring in their plants. I also shoved everything into my very small Harbor Freight Kwalitee greenhouse and also my shed last night. All sorts of little seedlings. I usually grow tomatoes in my greenhouse.

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Yes. My family's magnolia tree got frost bitten. I looked outside the window this morning and all of the petals were laying on the ground. I'm kinda sad about it TBH. There hasn't been a good year for magnolia blooms in so long.

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I would love to have a magnolia, but I live in a frost pocket and I know I’d never see a flower.

I’m not surprised you’re sad, they’re beautiful trees.