Wax Myrtle and arctic freeze and moving questions
So in the last major freeze we had in the Dallas area, one of my Wax Myrtles took a big hit. There are only a few small branches with any green left on them. We will be putting the house on the market in a few weeks, but I want to be sure new owners know what to do if the WM is savable. My thoughts are a hard pruning back? Thoughts?
Also, my Caroline Jessamine ( on a 12 ft trellis for privacy) got hit pretty hard, will it require major pruning to recover? Since I have been gardening, I've never experienced such a cold snap, so I am feeling a little out of my element.
Second question ( ok, third), I will need to be potting up all the babies I will be taking with me. I'm not concerned about my Irises, but what about my daylilies, turks cap and roses ( small still, knock out yellows)? Obviously, the turks cap is only roots right now, but any precautions I should take? These plants are prized to me, as they were my mother's ( deceased) and grandmother's, so I want to do whatever necessary to keep them alive.