20 July 2015 |

Frozen IV: The Aftermath of November 2014 Cold Snap

Written by CSU Hort Agents
  Jane Rozum, Horticulture Agent,  CSU Extension – Douglas County I first want to thank all that responded to the Frozen III, the CO-Hort blog article I wrote on 4/28/15.Your comments on the trees and shrubs affected by last November’s Cold Snap were confirmation of the magnitude of the problem.Willows, boxwoods, fruit trees, elms were mentioned by readers as trees and shrubs that hadn’t
  Jane Rozum, Horticulture Agent,  CSU Extension – Douglas County I first want to thank all that responded to the Frozen III, the CO-Hort blog article I wrote on 4/28/15. Your comments on the trees and shrubs affected by last November’s Cold Snap were confirmation of the magnitude of the problem. Willows, boxwoods, fruit trees, elms were mentioned by readers as trees and shrubs that hadn’t

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