Flower beds emerge after delay

 

Thunder Bay Conservatory lead hand Deb Goliboski sets up a sprinkler at Hillcrest Park for flower beds that they are installing. Carnations, alyssums, dianthuses and petunias have already been planted in the park. Cool and wet weather this spring has held up outdoor planting, but crews are moving ahead with it following a two-week delay. The risk of frost generally ends with the first full moon in June, which is expected on June 23, two days after the first day of summer.

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