Answer: Pink star jasmine is hardy only to the low 20's so if your winter temperatures dropped below that, I'm afraid your plant is gone. If temperatures didn't drop that low, the roots may still be alive. I'd prune away the winter damaged tops and wait to see if the roots will send up new shoots. If so, you can enjoy your plant this spring and summer; if not, and you want to replace the plant, keep it in a container which you bury in the ground over the summer months. When weather cools, dig the pot up and take your beloved plant indoors for the winter. Best wishes with your garden!
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