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AIR DATE: January 25, 2011

It's still winter in Las Vegas but warm temperatures are in the forecast. So is it time to start planting your home garden for the Spring? We're joined by our expert gardeners to take your phone calls and emails about planting your backyard gardens. What's best to plant in the Spring months? Fruits? Veggies? Flowers? And what are the challenges in our climate? If you've got a question post your comments now.

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Angela O'Callaghan, UNCE
Frank Rauscher, Star Nursery
Norm Schilling, Schilling Horticulture Group
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    COMMENTS:
    I am interested in indoor gardening, like inside my house. I have windows with lots of light, no sun, & also some east-facing sunny windows. What are your suggestions?? Thank-you.
    Elizabeth BirdJan 21, 2011 09:45:52 AM
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