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Our gardening experts talk about April showers, May flowers and answer your questions

Working in the yard or garden with so much rain can be a challenge.

  It?'s never a sure thing this time of year, but it looks as if we?'ve seen the last of the hard frosts. Most folks have cut their grass at least once or twice already, although it may still be too wet to get your gardens started. Joining us to discuss what we should be doing now in our yards and plant beds, and to answer your questions, are John Hemmerle, owner of Our Land Organics, LLC, an ecological landscape design and organic land care company; Peter Huttinger, co-owner of Homeadow Song Farm and director of the community garden program at Turner Farm; and David Koester, Campbell County Horticulture extension agent.