Vail Landscape Logic: How to protect plants from early frost

27th September, 2015 by

By Krista Driscoll

Fall has officially arrived. We are now a week beyond the average first date of frost, which occurs around Sept. 20. While the forecast still shows several nice days ahead, that first plant-startling night of frost could be as soon as a week from now. If you love your heirloom tomatoes and other tender veggies, you won’t want to lose them to the first frost because you weren’t prepared to protect them. Radiation frost is typical both at the start and end of the growing season. It occurs on calm, clear nights that are without cloud cover to hold in …

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