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When will flowers be planted in the city pots and gardens in Grand Forks?

Q. When will the flowers be planted in the city pots and gardens in Grand Forks? A. The hanging baskets and planters, of which there are about 50, are potted beginning in early March and then put out in May or June depending on the weather, accor...

Q. When will the flowers be planted in the city pots and gardens in Grand Forks?

A. The hanging baskets and planters, of which there are about 50, are potted beginning in early March and then put out in May or June depending on the weather, according to Sarah Prout, the Grand Forks Downtown Development Association's executive director.

She said it's important to wait until the weather has warmed up to put out the pots, because if they freeze, they are expensive to replant.

"We're ready. It's starting to dry out downtown," she said. "There's a little bit of snow left in Town Square. Spring's here; summer's coming."

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