I planted 6" tall cherry tomato starts that I'd been nurturing under lights indoors for a few weeks. Of course, immediately after I put them out, an absurd cold snap in Seattle (see below) saw a week of temperatures in the mid 40s during the day, high 30s at night. I did not provide protection.
The tomatoes are still alive but looking sad. Will they bounce back, or should I just rip them out and put new ones in once temperatures return to normal? There was no frost.