Can plants affected by frost damage still be saved?

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    Yes they can. The best chances you have of preventing a plant from serious damage to due frost or cold is to make sure the entire plants defrosts properly. Make sure to keep it out of the sun or it will defrost too quickly and the cells in the plant will become damaged. Keep it out of the sun until it is fully defrosted and if you can’t move it out of the sun cover it or at least spray it with water to help cool it down slightly while defrosting. If a plant already has frost damage don’t remove the dead foliage as it can protect the plant if further cold fronts occur. 

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