Got Frost-Damaged Plants? How It Happens, and When and How to Prune (12 photos)

Freezing temperatures can cause brown, crispy growth on plants that are susceptible to frost damage. Frost damage can occur when temperatures dip to or below the freezing point, 32 degrees Fahrenheit (0 degrees Celsius). And both cold-hardy plants and tenderer plants that do best in warmer temperatures…


Got Frost-Damaged Plants? How It Happens, and When and How to Prune (12 photos)
Got Frost-Damaged Plants? How It Happens, and When and How to Prune (12 photos)
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