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Nurseries ready to go for spring planting season

9:44 PM, Apr. 7, 2013
Bud Arnold, garden center mangaer at Schalow's Nursery, on Saturday holds a cushion spurge, or first blush, one of the earliest flowers to bloom in the spring.
Bud Arnold, garden center mangaer at Schalow's Nursery, on Saturday holds a cushion spurge, or first blush, one of the earliest flowers to bloom in the spring.
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Saturday's early morning snow might not have given any support to the idea that spring is coming, but that's not stopping local greenhouses from making preparations.

While temperatures have remained cooler than average, making it feel like spring will never come, the weather so far this year has been an improvement, from a growing standpoint, than last year when temperatures were abnormally warm.

"In terms of plant care and their health, this (year) is a little bit better," said Bud Arnold, the garden center manager at Schalow's Nursery, 8461 Heritage Drive, Marshfield. ...

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