Gardening: Heat-damaged plants can su...

Gardening: Heat-damaged plants can survive, but dona t overwater them

During the recent heat wave, something curious happened: A tree that had every reason to burn, or at least get mildly singed, emerged unscathed. But first let's mention some horticultural favorites that did suffer heat damage, such as Nick Kurek's 'Little Gem' magnolia tree in Granada Hills, Ronald Chong's pitaya cactus in Hacienda Heights, and just about everyone's tomatoes.

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