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Aloe and Mother-in-law tongue's froze this year

Posted by heidiho St. Martinville, La. (My Page) on
Sat, Feb 9, 08 at 22:23

I usually always bring my plants in or at least cover them up when we have 32 or below degree weather but due to surgery I was unable to bring my plants inside or cover them when we had a couple of frosty mornings and now they're all droopy and browish and just look like they're dead. Can I just trim them up and hope they come back? We don't get very hard freezes here so I'm thinking maybe the roots are still ok.they're in big pots. I've got a couple of big Mother-in-law tongue's and 2 big aloe vera's that look horrible. Should I just throw them out or can they be repotted and saved? Thanks for your time and have a nice week.


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RE: Aloe and Mother-in-law tongue's froze this year

The Aloe will probably survive, the other hopefully not.


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