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What Vancouver gardeners need to know about an early spring

It might still be winter, but there's no shortage of flowers blooming in Vancouver. Gardeners have now taken to the dirt. But should they be planting anything this early? Thomas Hobbs is a master gardener and owner of Southlands nursery. He says early bloom won't ruin our gardens.

Master gardener says early bloom won't ruin gardens

Early bloom: what Vancouver gardeners need to know​

8 years ago
Duration 6:05
Thomas Hobbs of Southlands Nursery offers tips and brings samples of great early bloomers

It might still be winter, but there's no shortage of flowers blooming in Vancouver.

Many gardeners are already wrist deep in the dirt. 

But should we be planting anything this early?

Thomas Hobbs is a master gardener and owner of Southlands nursery.

Watch the video for tips as he and Gloria Macarenko talk gardening on Our Vancouver.

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