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Upper Midwest Gardening: Simple, inexpensive ways to add color to your window boxes

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duck_toller
Middleton, WI
(Zone 4b)

March 8, 2011
3:59 PM

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Reporter: Michele Pesula Kuegler (Wasabi Media Group) email: query-1131@helpareporter.com Is looking for ideas for an article she is writing and possibly people willing to be interviewed. The deadline is 5 pm EST on March 9

Query: Although the snow is disappearing, in many locations, it still is too cold to plant flowers outdoors. Without using silk or plastic flowers, how can you add some color to your window boxes, to make your home look more like spring, even if it doesn't feel like it yet? We will publishing this article on our gardening/landscaping site Little Bit of Green www.littlebitofgreen.com

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