Norfolk Pines Damaged By Cold


I have 2 beautiful Norfolk Pines that sustained freeze damage when their protection blew off while I was out of town. Will they fill back out? Do I cut off the damage or let them shed by themselves? Is there any hope for them? Thanks in advance for your input!
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Hardiness Zone: 8a

Brenda from Greenville, AL

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Norfolk Pines Damaged By Cold

Any plant with frost damage needs the area that's damaged removed from it, or it will take longer to heal. Then you must baby it back to health which can take quite a long time. (06/09/2007)

By denise

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