In this News Channel 5 Nashville segment, Rob Kraker from Davey’s Southeast Nashville office talks about what to do with frost damaged trees.  

Posted: January 13, 2023

After record-cold temperatures, some bushes and trees were damaged by frost. 

Kids love the sights and sounds at the Nashville Zoo, and it's easy to admire the canopy and lush landscaping. But recently, it's been struggling. 

"If all your leaves are off, even if it’s in dormancy, does not mean it’s dead," said Rob Kraker, of The Davey Tree Expert Company. 

As an arborist, he was called out to see how their plants were impacted by cold temperatures at the zoo. 

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