Plattsburgh, NY, Sep 10, 2012 — It's been a tough season for flowers and vegetables, and for the gardeners who nurture them. Some things have flourished, it's true: see our All In blog post, "Late summer garden...and my new motto," from Ellen Rocco. But mostly, it's been too dry, really hot, and buggy.
Martha Foley talks with Cornell Cooperative Extension's Amy Ivy about cleaning out a dried out flower garden, and looking ahead to next year.
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