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By Jango

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Will my Sundance have survived -16 degrees (consistantly for several weeks) of frost in Aberdeenshire - it's looking horrible?

On plant Choisya



You will have to wait and see I'm afraid. Leave alone until well into next month and see if any re-growth appears on the stems then prune back to these growths. Choisya responds well to hard pruning (unlike many other members of it's family).

23 Mar, 2010

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