Howdy Think we may get our first smackdown tonight. I have had some unusual success with blue hubbards this year. There's a lot of them and they're pretty durn big but still immature I'm guessing. If we were to get a light frost or even a freeze would that be the end of them? I know how the plant will do (badly) but am unsure of how the big fruits will do. If we get through tonight I think we may have several additional days of more-or-less safe weather and would like to leave them out to take advantage of that. I've committed my floating row, sheets and tarps to trying to keep the peppers afloat - so the big boys are on their own. Same question for my pumpkins. They've put on a burst of growth here at the end but most aren't quite "there". Advice for a blue hubbard newbie?