The Q&A Archives: Frost

Question: Will Hosta grow back if it gets frostbitten? Do I need to cut the tops off that got frost bit?

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Answer: Once the weather begins to warm up again your hosta will produce healthy new leaves. Wait until you see the new growth, then carefully cut away the frost damages leaves. In a few weeks, you won't even know the plant was hit by frost.

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