Hello everyone. I’m a new poster but I love reading the forums here. I’m hoping to get some advice on 2 red blood maples that went through a hard freeze here in Ohio about 10 days ago. One is about 6 feet tall, the other about 8. Both have filled out beautifully over the past few years. The temperature reached around 25/26F overnight and both trees have since had more or less all the leaves die. About half the leaves have fallen now and the rest likely will fall this week due to some heavy rains. I feel awful for not having covered them. I covered other plants and brought potted plants inside, but it never once dawned on me to try to help these 2 trees. Have I lost them? They were already full and deep red when the freeze hit. Is there any chance they will be able to start over, or should I start thinking about removing them? Is there some way I can tell if they’ll be okay, and possibly do something to help them recover? Thank you so much. I hope everyone is well.