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Hello!We just bought $400 worth of various plants/flowers from the Maple Ave location in Saratoga and now looking at the forecast for the week has us so worries about the cold weather ahead – on Wednesday it dips to 37 degrees!! Will tbe plants survive this and can I plant them or should we bring them all for this week even though they wouldn’t have the amount of light they would get outside… thank you in advance!My email address:

Any hardy shrubs trees and perennials can be planted without concern. Tender annuals and vegetables should wait to go in until temperatures rebound.  You can move your tender plants in for the night then out the next day to get some light once the day warms up a bit.  Generally we wait to plant tender annuals in your area until the second or third week in May depending on the forecast.

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