Plants that popped out early shouldn’t see long-term impact from return to cold

ISU Extension horticulture specialist Aaron Steil (like file) says plants that started popping out or blooming early in the recent above-normal temperatures should be okay as the cold returns. “Most plants that come out relatively early in the spring, especially things like our spring bulbs like daffodils and tulips, they tolerate below freezing temperatures, especially […]

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