May 5, 2013 (CHICAGO) (WLS) -- Despite the constantly returning cold temperatures, it is spring. And that means it's time to start planting.
Despite the constantly returning cold temperatures, it is spring. And that means it's time to start planting.
Don't know where to start? Benjamin Carroll, Senior Horticulturist at the Chicago Botanic Garden (www.chicagobotanic.org), came into our ABC 7 studio to show us how to put together season containers with vegetables and flowers, " alternatives" to the traditional Mother's Day dozen roses, and what to do in the garden now.
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