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I think we froze everything :-(

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by jammy on December 07, 2006 09:22 AM

My wife and I recently moved. During the move, and for about a week after, we left the plants outside.

This wasn't the best of ideas, as we had our first snow fall and freeze last weekend.

We've since brought everything back in, but I'm thinking that we've killed them all :-(

We had a money tree that had been growing nicely at our previous home for 3 years, as well as several spider plants and a few other things.

Is there any chance that anything will survive? Does anybody have any suggestions on what to do?

by hisgal2 on December 07, 2006 09:30 AM
Sorry, I can't help you. I don't know much about those plants. But I wanted to welcome you to the forum! [Smile] someone that can help you will be around soon. [Smile]

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by DowntoEarth on December 07, 2006 12:47 PM
As long as the roots didn't get damaged by the cold, in time you could see some new growth. Put them in the same kind of light they were in BEFORE the cold spell and be very careful about over-watering.
by Jiffymouse on December 11, 2006 09:07 AM
i can't tell you about the money plant, but the spider might come back, if the roots don't rot. i've frozen them before by accident and they came back fine. what else do you have?

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