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whatchamacallit 1
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TinktheSprite --- 120 days ago -

The landscape, that is! All frozen over, brown and crunchy. That includes my yard! We are told not to cut things back as it encourages new growth. There is another freeze forecast for Feb 3rd. That would hurt any new growth. But it's hard to lace it alone. They are cutting stuff back downtown. 

AwesomeTattooedDragon --- 120 days ago -

Yeah, it looks pretty sad! 

whatchamacallit --- 119 days ago -

If things are rotting, that part needs to go because it will travel down and rot even more of the plant....just do not cut all the way down into the unharmed portion, that way, whatever is left will help protect the part that is still alive, when we have another freeze. 

SagaciousSighFiGurl (Mod) --- 119 days ago -

It looks like we got nuked. :( It's happened before, and we lose lots of vegetation but the roots rarely die. Thank God for Spring when things are ready to renew again. 

TinktheSprite --- 118 days ago -

You can cut down anything you want IF you are certain there won't be any more freezes.

https://ktrh.iheart.com/featured/gardenline-with-randy-lemmon/content/2018-01-09-freeze-recovery-rules-2018/?j=1220637&l=7985_HTML&mid=1071480 

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