Sometimes it is best to adopt the “wait and see” attitude instead of pruning out all the burned pieces immediately. Often these plants will push new buds out of their framework of stems just below the browned out leaves. If you prune too hard too early, the plant’s structure will be destroyed. Not to say that we don’t ever do some shearing back on these plants. We’ll plan to topdress the damaged ones with compost and a special organic fertilizer blend for broadleaf evergreens to encourage strong, new green growth.