|I have several hibiscus plants and mammy's (crotons) that show very little signs of recovering from the cold winter that we had. I live in seminole, florida and we didn't get below freezing at any point, but it was still cold. Will these plants recover?
|Answer from NGA
March 23, 2010
|If the roots didn't freeze, your hibiscus and crotons should recover. You can prune away any obviously dead plant parts now. Pruning encourages new growth. If you see nothing happening 2 weeks after pruning, the plants probably won't recover. Let's hope for the best!
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