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cold weather and citrus

Hi all-

It is still very cold here but I went out to refill the bird feeders and take a look at plants. Can't tell what is or isn't going to survive at this point, but the citrus trees look awful! The larger ones I have xmas lights on to help keep the chill away- but the bigger problem appears to be dessication of the leaves. It hasn't rained much this winter and certainly not in the past couple of weeks. So- do you think I should water them?? It'll be 22 again tonight, and under freezing every night until Friday. Will some water help or hurt? Any suggestions?

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