People across the Washington region may be seeing the pavement of sidewalks and streets for the first time since the start of the great Snowpocalypse. But what will all this winter weather mean for their yards? Will the trees and shrubs they’ve worked so hard to cultivate find ways to survive? We’ll learn more about the storm’s impact on our greenery and get tips for re-imagining and rejuvenating battered gardens.

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  • Holly Shimizu Executive Director, U.S. Botanic Garden
  • Jim Woodworth Director of Tree Planting, Casey Trees
  • John Thomas Associate Director of Urban Forestry, D-C Department of Transportation

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