Answer: Sometimes Jack Frost makes a sudden and most unwelcome visit to our gardens! If your plants were otherwise healthy, they'll survive and outgrow the damage. Cut back the injured portions of the plants, cutting back to healthy wood. You can expect new stems and foliage to develop this spring. Because azalea is an early spring bloomer, you may lose some of the flowers this year from the necessary pruning, but the plant itself should rebound without problem. Likewise with the gardenia. Hope there's no more frost this year!
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