The Canal Winchester Times

Signs of spring - finally!

Enlarge Image Buy This Photo
LORRIE CECIL/THISWEEKNEWS
Lillian Kahrig, who does production and custom potting at Dill's Greenhouse on Rager Road in Groveport, plants New Guinea impatiens in 16-inch sphagnum moss baskets on Thursday, March 6.

Once the plants mature, around the first of May, the baskets will look like large balls of flowers. Many small plants, such as these New Guinea impatiens held by Dill's Greenhouse employee Lillian Kahrig, go into large containers in preparation for spring.

Comments