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Re: Freeze damage to plants/trees [Re: Mo] #13903973 02/27/21 01:36 AM
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Originally Posted by Mo
Worried about my azaleas, they look burnt.

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Same here and Gardenias.


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Re: Freeze damage to plants/trees [Re: Curt0407] #13904063 02/27/21 03:02 AM
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With any luck the knock out Rose bushes around my house are dead.

Re: Freeze damage to plants/trees [Re: Derek ๐Ÿ] #13904070 02/27/21 03:18 AM
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Originally Posted by Derek ๐Ÿ
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I wish it would have killed all my bermuda so I can cut it out and start over.

You're not serious? It would take 2-3 years to gain line domination with new sod.


I'm serious considering killing it all and putting in Arden 15 Bermuda.



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Re: Freeze damage to plants/trees [Re: Curt0407] #13904093 02/27/21 03:46 AM
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Originally Posted by Curt0407
Good info Nocona. Thanks.



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Re: Freeze damage to plants/trees [Re: Curt0407] #13904865 02/28/21 01:47 AM
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I live on the SW end of Fork, Wood Co. I have a honeysuckle bush about 40' long that is not looking good. There are still some green leaves on the bottom, but all the rest of it is brown and looks dead.

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Originally Posted by WAWI
With any luck the knock out Rose bushes around my house are dead.


Those are awful, we finally caught on and got rid of them for good

Re: Freeze damage to plants/trees [Re: BAIT956] #13905613 02/28/21 07:31 PM
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Originally Posted by BAIT956
I live on the SW end of Fork, Wood Co. I have a honeysuckle bush about 40' long that is not looking good. There are still some green leaves on the bottom, but all the rest of it is brown and looks dead.


^^^^this . All the leaves above 2' look dead but everything on the ground is fine . Azaleas are under some oak trees so I'm hoping they make it .

Re: Freeze damage to plants/trees [Re: TexDawg] #13905614 02/28/21 07:32 PM
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Originally Posted by TexDawg
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With any luck the knock out Rose bushes around my house are dead.


Those are awful, we finally caught on and got rid of them for good



What's the problem with the knock-outs ?

Re: Freeze damage to plants/trees [Re: TexDawg] #13905639 02/28/21 07:47 PM
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Originally Posted by TexDawg
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With any luck the knock out Rose bushes around my house are dead.


Those are awful, we finally caught on and got rid of them for good

Yeah the knockouts are a mistake. There are plenty of better roses out there


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Re: Freeze damage to plants/trees [Re: Curt0407] #13905808 02/28/21 10:18 PM
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There are lots of dead looking shrubs in our neighborhood. I pulled my card from the backyard trail camera and it had a picture that showed the temperature at -12ยฐ. Now I know why there is so much damage around us. Going to give everything a few more weeks to see if there is anything that greens back up, then start digging and pulling stuff up.

Re: Freeze damage to plants/trees [Re: Siberman] #13906291 03/01/21 11:43 AM
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Originally Posted by Siberman
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With any luck the knock out Rose bushes around my house are dead.


Those are awful, we finally caught on and got rid of them for good



What's the problem with the knock-outs ?


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Re: Freeze damage to plants/trees [Re: Curt0407] #13906293 03/01/21 11:48 AM
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The knockouts need a lot of pruning and they are kind of a beeyotch with the thorns. They also get that โ€œclumpingโ€ disease, Iโ€™ve had about 6 of them and they all got it.

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Actually you may have coverage on your home owners policy (coverage for trees and shrubs) that is not subject to your deductible.

Maximum coverage for a tree is $250 per tree.


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Re: Freeze damage to plants/trees [Re: Curt0407] #13906357 03/01/21 01:18 PM
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My Sago's and palms appear to be fine here in Houston. I read on the Sago's you should push on their center crown, if it's mushy they are toast. If its hard they are okay. Mine are fine and I even see little green shoots coming out. I'm slightly less sure on my Madjool palms, but the new fronds appear to have some green in them and are opening.


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Re: Freeze damage to plants/trees [Re: Spiderman] #13906358 03/01/21 01:19 PM
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Originally Posted by Spiderman
Actually you may have coverage on your home owners policy (coverage for trees and shrubs) that is not subject to your deductible.

Maximum coverage for a tree is $250 per tree.





This is great to know. I hadn't considered this. Thanks. Shrubs are very expensive and I think we lost a bunch.


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