PHOENIX - A central Phoenix nursery is covering its plants for at least one more night to protect them from frost.
"The more tropical ones are getting hit the hardest," says Jim Dennis from Baker Nursery.
Dennis says what you don't want to do is trim the plants that look brown and burned. You could do more damage than mother nature if you are not careful.
"This can actually protect the plants, the wood and leaves, in case we get future freezes," he says.
Dennis compares this freeze to a similar one seen in 2007.
He says many plants that looked bad back then are fine now. The key is patience.
"Give it about six weeks and some warm weather then see which plants made it and which didn't."
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