With all the warm weather we've had the past two months this winter, as you all know, a lot of our fruit trees are starting or are in full bloom now. My trifoliata and trifoliate hybrids have started putting out little green shoots about a centimeter long. Obviously with the 14 degree low I had last night and barely getting above freezing during the past few days, all the peach/plum/crab/etc blossoms are toast, and the little citrus shoots are black. However, will this cold weather do real damage to the hybrid citrus trees as in loss of wood? Usually my citrus is late to wake up in spring, so no worries, but this year I don't know.