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When the Hardiness Zone opens in your area, it's time to put your fruit plants in the ground (or pots). Since the cold this year has been a little unpredictable, if you have an unexpected frost, just cover your plants at night and uncover them during the day so they can enjoy the sun. Once you no longer have frost, you can discontinue covering your plants.
Most fruit plants will benefit from full sun. See your planting guide for the best instructions on growing and maintaining your plant.
When the Hardiness Zone opens in your area, it's time to put your fruit plants in the ground (or pots). Since the cold this year has been a little unpredictable, if you have an unexpected frost, just cover your plants at night and uncover them during the day so they can enjoy the sun. Once you no longer have frost, you can discontinue covering your plants.
Most fruit plants will benefit from full sun. See your planting guide for the best instructions on growing and maintaining your plant.
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