University of Saskatchewan gardening expert Helen Shook tells us how we can maintain our garden during a dry spring

Saskatoon Morning

The month of March was one of the driest on record for Saskatchewan, and April's not much better. On average, Saskatoon usually gets close to 23 millimetres of rain in April -- that's about an inch. This month, we've seen not even one full millimetre, and most lawns and gardens are bone dry, but Helen Shook says it's not time to start watering yet. She answers Gardenline calls at the University of Saskatchewan, and spoke with Saskatoon Morning host Leisha Grebinski.

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