Answer: Even though it's tempting to get a jump on the growing season, I'd hold off on setting them outdoors--unless it's really easy to bring them in and out. Early spring brings such changeable weather, so I'm afraid you'd be moving them around a lot.<br><br>I would cut the weak new growth back to to the main vine, to encourage stronger shoots to form. Is there a sunny window you could set them in, until the weather settles? <br><br>As soon as you bring the plants up into the daylight, begin increasing watering. Once you see some healthy growth, begin feeding with a dilute balanced fertilizer.<br><br>One caution--take some time to acclimate the plant to outdoor conditions. Set it outdoors for a hour or two the first few days, longer on subsequent days, until you're leaving them out all day. You don't want to shock the plant with strong sunshine.
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