Chirping birds, blossoming flowers and warmer weather are all the signs of spring. Friday marked the first day of spring but mother nature doesn't look like she's quite ready to let go of winter.
People in eastern Carolina are ready for the warmer weather and headed to many local greenhouses gearing up for yard work. Garden experts at Lowes say it still might be too early to plant flowers. Experts say the cold nights produce frost in the morning--killing your landscape investments.
Garden experts at say people should begin planting flowers and bushes in a couple of weeks to avoid frost. Experts say people can plant flowers such as pansies and tulips that will survive the cold.
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