Over-wintered peppers or tomatoes?
I grew tomatoes and sweet peppers in large containers last year. I put the containers (with the tops of plants cut off) in the garage over the winter. I took them out last week to expose them to sun to warm up the soil and 2 of the stems are green! I had pulled the tags from the pots, and can't tell whether these stems are tomatoes or peppers.
Is it likely that these will grow and become productive plants? Has anyone here over wintered peppers or tomatoes? I did not water or care for them at all while they were in the garage. But the stems definitely have green under the surface when scratched.
I'm in central NC, zone 7b.