Carol Santos takes advantage of temperatures in the upper 50s Friday to trim her rose bushes in her plot in Heritage Farm in Sea Pines. She said an approaching blast of cold winter air scheduled to arrive this weekend should not hurt her bushes, though the cold snap could harm other crops in the garden and nip in the bud any blossoms currently blooming.
Carol Santos takes advantage of temperatures in the upper 50s Friday to trim her rose bushes in her plot in Heritage Farm in Sea Pines. She said an approaching blast of cold winter air scheduled to arrive this weekend should not hurt her bushes, though the cold snap could harm other crops in the garden and nip in the bud any blossoms currently blooming. Jay Karr, the Island Packet
Carol Santos takes advantage of temperatures in the upper 50s Friday to trim her rose bushes in her plot in Heritage Farm in Sea Pines. She said an approaching blast of cold winter air scheduled to arrive this weekend should not hurt her bushes, though the cold snap could harm other crops in the garden and nip in the bud any blossoms currently blooming. Jay Karr, the Island Packet

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February 10, 2012 06:43 PM

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