Ligustrum got hit by the snow falling from the roof when temperature went up. It was a foot of snow! I am not going to remove it right away. I'll give it a chance: straighten it up, cut broken branches and see if it survives. (Ligustrum Amur Privet, Ligustrum japonicum).
Cordyline couldn't stand such a low temperature. I am wondering if it could give a new growth from the top?!
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