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any help would be appreciated

I know we are probably all watching the weather with fear.....but here in Virginia we are supposed to have two nights of freezing weather after a week of 80+ temperatures.  All the hosta are up, some as high as 12 inches or so.  I have a very large garden, no automatic sprinkler system.  Any suggestions????  Could I just water late that night?  I haven't finished cutting hosta leaves from the teen temperatures in March....so depressing!
Judy in Virginia, depressed!

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