Gardening: It might as well be spring


    Hour 2

    A Scene from the Philadelphia Flower Show (AP Photo/Matt Rourke)

    With the unusually warm winter, many gardeners saw spring come early this year — bulbs blooming and trees budding weeks ahead of schedule. And while no one can complain about seeing blossoming flowers in what are typically brown beds, what does this unseasonably mild weather mean for gardening this season? We’ll talk with two gardening experts about what to expect this spring and summer and how to prepare for it. Our guests are SALLY MCCABE, project manager of Garden Tenders with the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society and JENNY ROSE CAREY, Director of Temple University’s Ambler Arboretum.

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