June is a good time to plant tomatoes, although you could plant a little earlier if you live in the southern United States. You want to make sure the ground has warmed up and that there is next to no chance for frost again. If it is predicted that temperatures will be cold, close to or below freezing, cover your tomato plants with a Styrofoam cone or plastic so they do not die. If you purchase your plants sooner, you can keep them in your garage at night and bring them out during the warmer part of the day. If you still have plants, you can plant them now. They will likely produce the fruits a little later in the summer, but then you will have fresh tomatoes for longer! Consider covering the plant for any fall frosts as well, if it is still producing fruits.
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