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May 11, 2014

Local nurseries hope sun on Mother's Day will finally get their season started

business: Local nurseries hope sun today will finally get their season started


Tonawanda News — LaMarca noted that those who waited to purchase their flowers and plants may benefit from waiting.

”The flowers look nice,” LaMarca noted of his locally grown stock. “They’ve had an extra two or three weeks of being in the green houses,” he said. 

While the ground begins to dry from excess snow and rain, LaMarca sees summer breezes ahead. “I think it’s going to get warm and stay warm,” LaMarca added, “and all hell will break lose. Everybody right now is cabin-fevered to death. They’re tired of being in their houses, looking out the window and watching it rain.” 

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