Frost Protection

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ith the very cold nights we have had, you may start to see frost damage on some of your frost tender plants. Although aesthetically it may not be appealing don’t make the mistake of pruning any damaged wood until the second half of February into early March. If pruning is done now to remove frost damage and we continue to have more freezing temperatures, you will run the risk of losing the plant.

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