Plants, trees and Midwest weather

Did you know that many of our native plants and trees are capable of surviving temperatures of -40 degrees (or lower)?
After they are acclimated by milder temperatures at or below freezing for an extended period of time, native trees undergo a “deep supercooling” process that suppresses ice formation within their living cells. Read more about this fascinating process.

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