KUSA - Most gardens experience some degree of damage this weekend. If you covered tender container plants and vegetables, you likely managed to protect them. Even if they sustained some damage, it's still possible to salvage them and grow them in a sunny window.
Begonias and geraniums are the easiest plants to save. They can be brought inside in the pots they're growing, or if those are too large, dig them and pot them up individually. If they've been nipped by frost, give them a hard pruning. Cut back damaged stems as needed. This will benefit the plants in the long run and rejuvenate them.
In a sunny west or south-facing window, your frost-nipped plants will quickly recover. Pruning them back every month or so during winter will keep them busy, vigorous and ready for another growing season next spring.
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