These two sepecies do not stand freeze if it hits the foliage. Slight freezes don't harm the trees really, though. These two got some freeze last October, just before I placed them indoors. The foliage appeared dead by now and I removed it. This is a good opportunity to see the inner quality of these trees which normally always have foliage. For those who are worried: this is like a total defoliation - not a big deal.
Bougainvillea glabra,45 cm, about 60 years old
Cork bark oak, Quercus suber, 70 cm, about 50 years old, see history in gallery