Protect Spring-flowering Plants If Late Freezes Occur

Daniel Gill, West, Lisa  |  3/22/2007 2:14:01 AM

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(Audio 02/26/07) It's too late to plant spring-flowering bulbs, but you may have questions about what is happening to these plants this time of the year. One of those questions may be whether late freezes will damage these plants. Generally, the foliage of these plants is very hardy, so any freezes we may get will not damage it. But flower buds can be damaged by extreme cold. (Runtime: 60 seconds)
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