If you have baby plants you have started on a windowsill, or in a greenhouse, this poem is for you!
“Hardening Off” your transplants is giving them outside time every day, increasing their time outside for about a week until you feel they can stay outside overnight. Pick a warm night, and let them have a
sleepover under the stars! After your plants are used to being outside, you can transplant them into the ground. Depending on the cold-tolerance of the vegetable, you might want to cover it, mulch it, sing to it, even! Remember to water it in once you give it a permanent residence.