Question: My tomato plants wilt, but then they rebound before the next morning. Are they in trouble?
Answer: Probably not. This is a fairly common occurrence in late spring, when we’ve had several days of cloudy, cool weather. Suddenly, when the clouds clear away and we have 90 degrees, the plants find themselves unprepared. They wilt temporarily, until they can catch their breath overnight. Usually this is a good thing that ends up toughening the plants.