Annie Calovich

March 2, 2013 7:38 AM

Drought’s influence seen at Outdoor Living and Landscape Show

Snow was on the ground and a chill was in the air as people made their way indoors for the first day of the Outdoor Living and Landscape Show on Friday at Century II. It was perfect weather to go looking for an early taste of spring, on display at the show in blooming tulips, baby ducks, tomato plants and deck chairs.

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