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Hi. I live in zone 5 or just below zone 4. I planted morning glories in pots and they are getting pretty big. From what I see, we have no more frost in the future. There will be a few chilly nights getting down to 32 degrees but no colder. Can I plant them outdoors now or should I wait a little longer?
 
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Wait until there are no more frosts (32 is frosty).

 
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