Rainy/cold weather... How to protect plants?
So... I broke a big rule in gardening: I planted too early. :(
...And mother nature is not being kind this year.
Our weather for the next couple days "shouldn't" dip below 32 degrees... But it'll be close. Lows around 35 tomorrow night, and rain. The plants I have out (tomatoes, zucchini, eggplant, peppers) are too tall or wide to fit under milk jugs. I had considering putting old pillowcases over them, supported by sticks... But I'm not sure how well that will work if it's going to pour down the rain.
I live in an apartment, so indoor space is limited. I can move a few of the smaller pots inside, but the majority of them will have to stay out.
Is there anything I can do to protect them from bad weather? Any creative ideas? Or should I just plan on buying fresh starts in a couple weeks?
Thanks in advance!