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As winter wanes and the first signs of spring appear, March is a critical month for getting the garden in shape. It’s time to pull those weeds, rake those lingering leaves and cut back the perennials. Washington Post gardening columnist Adrian Higgins and Holly Shimizu of the U.S. Botanic Garden join Kojo to offer some tips and trends for spring gardening.
- Holly Shimizu Executive Director, U.S. Botanic Garden
- Adrian Higgins Washington Post Gardening reporter
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