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By Davecat

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Do I need to protect My Crinodendron Hookerianum from frost


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While a crinodendron is fairly tough, the past two winters have pushed its hardiness to the limit. I lost mine last winter but its replacement has survived the latest one reasonably intact. Even if all top growth is killed, an established plant should grow from the roots. If feasible, a mulch over the roots and wrapping the shrub in fleece, especially when young, should get it through all but the most extreme conditions

2 Apr, 2011

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