My tomato plants were delivered from Burpees last week. Now, I'm no plant expert but I do believe these fella's are all dead. All 7 of them look like this. One doesn't even look this good.
I haven't yet talked to their customer service about it, but I don't think there's much I can do to revive them. They haven't perked up but I wasn't expecting them too.
It's so disappointing. Does anyone have any clue as to whether or not these are salvageable? Can I just cut off the dead, withered foliage and hope it springs back to life, or should it just go into the compost?
Fortunately, our local nursery is getting in their tomato plants next week. I hope they can replace my lost heirlooms.
Evil, evil UPS.
Well, Burpees says that all their plant shipments to WA and TX last week were damaged due to freezing temperatures. So, I'm getting a refund. I hacked down the old plants and am curious to see if anything grows from it as an experiment. But, I'll be definitely buying some new plants next week!