Greetings. I've read some of the posts dealing with the cold and dormancy. I have a question about the pots being frozen. I live in north central Ohio (zone 5a). I had received some vft and purple pitcher plants that I slowly put into dormancy. I placed the CPs in a large container and filled the container with about 3/4" of water. I placed the whole thing near a window in my garage. My garage is attached to the house and lightly insulated. From the recent arctic blast we had (we had some days where the high was -2F and wind chills -20F). The water was frozen and so were the pots. The plants have been protected from wind and some from the huge temperature fluctuations. My question, what should I had done, if anything? Should I bring them in? Will bringing them in and thawing (and possibly refreezing them) cause more damage? Please help. I'm sorry for the newbie questions.