By mid-week, it’s going to be in the low-80s in Reno as a high temperature; and in Las Vegas, it’ll be in the mid-90s.
Not only does that mean your power bill will go down, but Nevada happens to be a state of gardeners, and planters, and tree growers.
It means it’s time to think about planting again, both for the dinner table and just because it’s fun or relaxing.
Here to answer your gardening questions are the hosts of Desert Bloom, Angela O’Callaghan of UNLV’s Cooperative Extension and Norm Schilling of Schilling Horticulture.
From Nevada Public Radio: Desert Bloom
Angela O’Callaghan, UNLV’s Cooperative Extension; Norm Schilling, Schilling Horticulture.
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