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figgi11

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Hello all. Above what nightly temperature is it safe to expose wrapped trees? The next 10 days shows low temps above 40, but my two large inground Celeste's trees have no die back (I peeked) and I don't want to set them back by unwrapping them too early. Thanks!
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Don't know about NJ but in CT I don't uncover till the end of April and than I keep a look out for frost and cover if need be. The worst thing it can happen for them to bud out too early and than a cold snap.
The pots on the other end if not to many you could take out and if you see frost bring them back in

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Don't know about NJ but in CT I don't uncover till the end of April and than I keep a look out for frost and cover if need be. The worst thing it can happen for them to bud out too early and than a cold snap.
The pots on the other end if not to many you could take out and if you see frost bring them back in


I remember last year it was mild at the end of March and then two days in early April the temperatures dipped down to the 20s. Thank goodness I waited to uncover. I wound up uncovering on the 15th and everything was fine.

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