Preparing plants for another frigid night
"We'll protect our crops and cover them up, so that we have nice looking plants," she said.
"When we hit 15 [degrees] two years ago, very unusual, I think everybody remembers that and learned a few tricks from that," she said.
"I would say if we're going to hit below 32 at all, and you're not sure, always best to cover it," said Smith.
"Some of the cactus that we have are very tender, even [the] Saguaro doesn't grow above a certain foot, even in natural mountains, so you definitely want to protect the top of the cactus," she said.