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Most tropical Lowcountry plants can be saved after the freeze. Here's how

Though many landscaping plants suffered damage, most -- other than tropical perennials and some citrus plants -- should recover from last week's freeze. So say Carol Guedalia, Tim Drake and David Howe, the experts at The Greenery, Inc. on Hilton Head. If your plants were damaged by the freeze, here's what they suggest you do to help them heal.
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