Injury that occurs during the winter or early spring can result from exposure to drying winter winds low temperatures late frost or freezes the most frequently seen symptoms include symptoms of this type of damage is most severe on shallowly rooted evergreens such as azaleas rhododendrons . David yost merrifield plant specialist weve faced some brutal cold spells this winter and are already seeing the damage to some of our more vulnerable landscape plants. Winter damage has 100 ratings and 27 reviews melanie said see more reviews at ya midnight readsmini review25 starsthank you bloomsbury australi. Winter caused more plant damage again but the mayhem doesnt appear to be quite as extensive as a year ago heres a rundown on what to do and not to help fix the landscape. Winters chill can harm many types of trees including yews contrary to what you might think winter injury to yews doesnt generally follow an extremely cold winter
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