Petawawa Kia

Spring lawn and garden dos and don’ts

 The greenhouse at Hardy’s Plants is full of flowers for those who are looking to improve the curb appeal of their front yard.

Chris Lowrey
SHAWVILLE May 17, 2017
The old adage says that April showers bring May flowers. With the recent downpours and relatively cool weather, it looks like those flowers might have to wait until June.
According to Blue Heron Landscaping owner Shandy Ardern, it’s still too early to plant flowers with the unpredictable weather we’re still getting.

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