In this KGW Channel 8 interview, Dash Schenck of Davey's Portland office in Oregon tells viewers about why some trees are blooming early this year.
You may have noticed we’re slowly starting to see the spring colors popping, but the warm temperatures we’ve been seeing followed by cool overnight temperatures are confusing our plants and trees.
One local arborist says plants are more likely to become diseased this time of year because the temperature change can change from one day to the next. There are a couple of simple ways to make sure your plants can handle our transition from winter to spring.
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