Question: My golden euonymus looks like it froze. It went into the winter in good shape, but now all its leaves are brown. Will it come back in the spring?
Answer: Golden euonymus seems rather prone to freeze die-back in the northern parts of Texas. As you should do for all other plants that are hurt by unusual cold, you need to wait until spring to determine the magnitude of the dieback, then prune to reshape the plants. Your plant will probably come back just fine.