Ti Plants

Frostbite and Pruning

Jandigsit added on January 24, 2018 | Answered

My Hawaiian Ti Plants got frost bite and the lush red leaves are now brown. Should I prune them now her in Central Florida? Thank you, Jan Sherburne

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Answered on January 25, 2018

I would wait a bit and see if new leaf sprouts start to come forth, then the plants will kind of show you where to prune them back. Doing so too early actually double shocks the plants creating shock that can kill them. I would water them with some water that has a product called Super Thrive in it the next 3 to 4 times they need watering. The super thrive helps plants deal with many shocks and stresses, I keep some on hand to use when the need arises.

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