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My hubby, kids and i went and bought some garden plants and herbs on Mother's day. It has been windy and VERY rainy that day and since than. I put them in the indoor green house ( with grow lights) that my hubby and oldest son made me. Do they need to be hardened off again?
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@dreamingoutloud wrote:My hubby, kids and i went and bought some garden plants and herbs on Mother's day. It has been windy and VERY rainy that day and since than. I put them in the indoor green house ( with grow lights) that my hubby and oldest son made me. Do they need to be hardened off again?
I would say no. Those plants were not only grown in a controlled environment, I reckon they'd be good and strong. The indoor greenhouse would only further strengthen IMHO.
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@BackyardBirdGardner wrote:How long were they in the greenhouse?
Mothers day was just under a week ago.
I'm so glad you asked this question dreamingoutloud, I did something very similar and have been wondering if I needed to harden off too. My problem is, I filled all my boxes so now I have to build more, oops. :o)
Good luck with your new transplants!
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