Answer: You're in prime tomato growing country! In mild-winter climates where gardens are protected from frosts, tomato plants can continue to grow for two or more years. Don't cut the plants down - just allow them to remain as they are. As long as nighttime temperatures are above 50F the plants will flower and set fruit. If it gets colder, the plants will grow (although slowly), but they won't set fruit. It's worth a try! Good luck with your plants.
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