See the video Depending on how long temps stay below freezing (32 degrees F), “frost tender” succulents may show varying degrees of damage. When moisture in the cells of a vulnerable plant freezes, it expands, bursts cell walls, and turns leaves to mush. In a “light frost,” leaf tips alone may show damage (“frost burn”). In a “hard…

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I’ve been hearing from Texans with severely damaged gardens. Sounds like you did the best you could, but no one anticipated the severity of the cold snap. You’re asking what might be done, and here’s my best advice: Even though the top growth is severely damaged, your succulents may survive if their roots are intact.…

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