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I have a plant that started blooming early and the we got a cold spell. The leaves are hard and brown. Can I save this plant

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not enough sun and too much water does this

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Hi,
When transplanting you will often have at least some temporary damage....
In your case being that there is new growth to the trees the damage is only marginal and temporary...
Continue in the path you are on and give them some food (fertilizer) for the cooler months ahead...
Come spring they will be in good shape and take off again...

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Unfortunately,no not at this point.You will have to replace them.Next year use 1x2 stakes and build a frame to fit around and over the trees.Staple CLEAR pe tarp and you have an instant temporary green house.A roll of 100yards by 20 feet at Lowe`s is about 80usd,and can be reused.

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Is the rubber seal around the drum perished or has it not been cleaned for while? The seal should be wiped out after every use, you may find it full of gunk if you run a cloth around inside the seal.

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take them out of the car/truck and put in dirt

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