Tree cells in the cambium layer (just under the bark) have a unique way of avoiding freeze damage. If ice
crystals get into the cambium, the cells begin to shrink by losing water. This allows the ice crystal to grow without
rupturing the wall of the cambium cells. When the ice melts the cambium absorbs the water from the melting ice and expands
to its former size. Trees are incredibly designed to exist in a myriad of climatic and environmental conditions. They certainly
are some of God's greatest gifts to man.