Angelonia Plants

What Should I Expect From My Angelonias? added on March 8, 2014 | Answered

I cut my Angelonias back in October. We experienced unusually freezing temperatures this year. Can I expect my Angelonias to rebound or should I plan to replace them?  I don't see any sign of new growth.

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Answered on March 12, 2014

It will be a hard call to say. You are already on the edge of where they can survive and the extra cold does not bode well for them. But, if they were in a sheltered location or if the roots remained unfrozen, then may come back. I would say it is wait and see, but the odds are that you will need to replace them.

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