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Hi, this got the cold we didn't expect, was out on -4 but under a lean to and next to our window,has this plant had it now??

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  • fidgetbonesfidgetbones Posts: 15,864
    Possibly. I would bring it inside if you want to save it. It may drop all its leaves but reshoot from lower down.

    You don't stop doing new things because you get old, you get old because you stop doing new things. <3
  • BiljeBilje Posts: 670
    I've got three A. Schwartzkopf... the dark one! They're outdoors against a wall as they are too heavy to move. Mine look exactly the same. They've been ok these last four years getting bigger and more branched each year. I think this year, here in the NE ,has been colder than usual but I'm still hopeful they'll recover, I've seen them looking very droopy before and then perk up. Only time will tell, fingers crossed. 
  • Thanks for the comments this is what it looked like pre very cold snap. I'm gutted 😢
  • coccinellacoccinella LuxembourgPosts: 198
    Aeoniums <3 . I have such a crush on them, oh I feel your pain! Do as has been suggested by Fidgetbones but do not water (and very little) until the soil has warmed up a bit. I think they will be OK. Good luck. 
    When down go out and buy a packet of seeds
  • Ues I put then in the shed with a heater on overnight soiled warmed up and I gave it a good watering, now its indoors facing East South East ish. Let see if the poor think battles through it..
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