Here is the damage. Quite a lot died. The confederate Jasmine, honeysuckle, agave, roses, iris, liriope, boxwood, windmill palm, and holly did just fine....but all the tropicals.....ack! I'm going to wait another month before cutting them back just in case we have any more freakish freezing spells. The dead leaves should help protect their roots from further damage.
Once I'm sure the coldest weather has passed the work will begin! First I'll cut anything dead back. All of that will go into the compost. Then I'll go a head and divide any perennials while everything is cut back. Next I'll keep an eye out to see what comes back from the roots. My garden was a little overcrowded anyway because I can't make up my mind and love every plant! So this winter weather will make those decisions for me.
If there are any bare spots, I'll plant some replacements and mulch the entire area with a truck load of pine needles....come on summer!
I included some pics from this summer for comparison. As far as the citrus goes, I lost all my lemons and limes. The oranges, grapefruit, kumquat, and satsumas seem to have made it through even though they're a little rough looking.