over exposed seedlings... help!
So I'm not sure if these guys are goners or not. I've been slowly planting my seedlings out into the garden, but I still have trays of seedlings in pots waiting to go out. Yesterday I put the trays outside to enjoy a little sunshine as they have been exposed to the sun through my back porch every day and occasionally have been out side as well. I had an appointment to go to and wouldn't you know it but I got lost and the appointment ended up going WAY over the amount of time it should have. I got home and some of the seedlings were fine, namely the peppers, but some of the cherry tomatos are looking really sad. I brought them inside into the shade right away and watered them. This AM, some of the plants are probably going to die, but my question is: the ones that only have a couple curling leaves, if I cut those leaves off will it help the plant bounce back? Just curious. Thank you,