As the snow melts, you can start to check any damage left behind on your plants and flowers.
Professionals at Sparkman's Nursery say, outdoor trees and shrubs should be well rooted by now and not affected by Tuesday's weather. It's the newer plants that you need to be careful with.
"Things that might have been in danger would be if you'd put out more delicate colorful flowers like petunias or any vegetables," said Bill Duff with Sparkman's Nursery.
Spring flowers and vegetable plants should not be planted until mid April or later, once the threat of a freeze is over.
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