Answer: The plants you mention are all sensitive to freezing temperatures and probably suffered a great deal during the ice storm. However, the roots may have survived. I'd wait until this spring to make a decision as to whether to dig and replace them. If new growth appears you can simply cut away the winter damage. If nothing green emerges from the roots, I'm afraid the plants will need to be replaced. Let's hope for the best!
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