Plants dynamically adapt to changing temperatures to ensure propagation and reproductive success, among which morphogenic responses to warm temperatures have been extensively studied in recent years. As readily inferred from the cyclic co-oscillations of environmental cues in nature, plant thermomorphogenesis is coordinately reshaped by various external conditions. Accumulating evidence supports that internal and developmental cues also contribute to harmonizing thermomorphogenic responses. The external and internal reshaping of thermomorphogenesis is facilitated by versatile temperature sensing and interorgan communication processes, circadian and photoperiodic gating of thermomorphogenic behaviors, and their metabolic coordination. Here, we discuss recent advances in plant thermal responses with focus on the diel and seasonal reshaping of thermomorphogenesis and briefly explore its application to developing climate-smart crops.