Falling ice damage
Hi! I'm in upstate NY and I just moved to a home with some gorgeous rhododendrons in the front last summer. Over the winter however, they suffered some ice damage - not from cold temps, but from ice dams falling off of our roof. With over 173 inches of snow, and no thaws during the winter like we typically get, some huge ice dams formed on our roof, and fell on my plants. They seem to still have a couple live branches but they are looking pretty sad and leggy. Can they be saved, and if so, is there some way to prune them so that they will fill back in? Any advice would be greatly appreciated!