U.T. extension suggests you plant them by the end of March. The 1st week of April is a coin toss with the weather.If you will be planting them close to home and can tend to them I would say plant and don't worry about it.If they are going to be planted and left to fend for themselves the survival rate may not be so good. Location makes a lot of difference also a sheltered valley would be better than the wide open fields of west Tn.Wind will dry them out just as bad as the hot sun. https://utextension.tennessee.edu/publications/Documents/SP307-B.pdf
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