Doomed tomato plants? :/

Doomed tomato plants? :/

A month or so ago, I got over-excited about some temporary warm weather we were having and thought that spring had arrived. I went to a nursery, bought a few tomato transplants, and promptly put them in the ground. The next day it got cold and rained, rained, rained for several weeks. Much too cold for tomatoes, and much too much water. Now the tomato plants look terrible. I wonder if there's any salvaging them, or if I should just pull them all up and start over with new transplants or the seedlings I've got going? I think I might see some tiny new growth on them, but I don't know. They look all brown and dry and withered. I'd like to save them if I can, because they're varieties I don't have seedlings for. Overwatered Tomato Plant Overwatered Tomato Plant Overwatered Tomato Plant Overwatered Tomato Plant
Some of the Things I am Doing….

Some of the Things I am Doing….

Fixed!

Fixed!

putting stuff on the walls when you have a plate rail

putting stuff on the walls when you have a plate rail

Roses

Roses

herbs and the garden

herbs and the garden

mutant strawberries and MORE!

mutant strawberries and MORE!