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Prepare garden flowers for summer

The flower gardens have been in full bloom and are looking spectacular this year. You can tell that there is a lot of pride and hard work that has been done by homeowners to make sure that their landscape looks its best! As the first flowers are dying off, and new ones begin to shine, a few chores may help your flower garden looks its best. I’m sharing a few tips for the K-State Research and Extension’s Horticulture department this week that I thought would be helpful for flower care that can be done at this time.

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