Frost, along with a water and/or nutrient deficiency, can cause wilted, dried leaves on a tomato plant. To avoid frost as long as possible, protect plants by covering them and never plant outside until the danger of frost in your area has passed.
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Bobbi Keffer attended Kent State University, studying education but soon found her true love to be in the garden. She prides herself on her frugal skills, re-using, recycling, and re-inventing her whimsical style in her home and garden.