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Springfield, MA
(Zone 6a)

October 30, 2007
1:01 PM

Post #4138973

Okay - you guys are the experts. I have a purple blackcurrant swirl datura (well, 3) anyway - there are some HUGE seed pods on them - but we have now had 2 nights of frost.

Should I cut the pods and let them dry? Or move the plants (assuming they may have survived with radiant heat from the driveway) and keep them in the garage until the pods open?

Thanks in advance for your advice :-)

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