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Freezing Point of Common Annuals

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Common annual plants freeze when the water temperature inside their cells drops low enough--and remaina low long enough--for ice to form. A temperature between 25 and 28 degrees Fahrenheit over several hours kills annuals and causes perennial dieback.

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Judy Wolfe has owned her own freelance writing business since 2006. She is a professional florist, holds a certificate in advanced floral design and had her Valentine's Day floral design published in "Super Floral Retailing." She is a travel writer for Chincoteague Island Vacations, MyGermanCity and Berlin Dude. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in literature from California State Polytechnic Univeristy in Pomona.

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