Trees Most Susceptible to Cold Weather Damage?
It's been a cold and snowy winter here in the suburbs far west of Chicago. We've seen -15 to -20 temps with -50 windchills and days where the temps didn't go near 32 degrees.
I did spread another load of mulch over the roots of my newer trees in November, and there has been a good snow cover.
But I'm wondering if there are certain species that are more susceptible to cold weather damage and cracking?