Answer: Late spring frosts and snows can really damage plants, as you've discovered. You did the right thing in pruning off the damage. Your shrubs should begin to show new growth a little later in the growing season. It will take them a little time to recover because they used up a lot of stored energy producing the first flush of foliage. Now that that's gone, the roots will muster up more energy and produce new foliage and some new stems. Just be patient with your plants. I'm sure they will recover from the damage.
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