Green thumbs

Employees Warrington Mclean, left, and Lloyd Grant remove tuberous begonia plugs from trays and plant them in pots as they move down a conveyor belt in one of the greenhouses at Hart's Greenhouse & Florist in Preston, Tuesday, March 6, 2018.  Hart's started planting pansies the second week of January and the first of three crops of spring plants the last week of January.  The third crop of spring will be finished planting by early April and they will begin planting the summer crops.  Planting multiple crops provides plants in different stages for the seasons and a continuous supply through the summer.  (Dana Jensen/The Day)
Employees Warrington Mclean, left, and Lloyd Grant remove tuberous begonia plugs from trays and plant them in pots as they move down a conveyor belt in one of the greenhouses at Hart's Greenhouse & Florist in Preston, Tuesday, March 6, 2018. Hart's started planting pansies the second week of January and the first of three crops of spring plants the last week of January. The third crop of spring will be finished planting by early April and they will begin planting the summer crops. Planting multiple crops provides plants in different stages for the seasons and a continuous supply through the summer. (Dana Jensen/The Day)

Employees Warrington Mclean, left, and Lloyd Grant remove tuberous begonia plugs from trays and plant them in pots as they move down a conveyor belt in one of the greenhouses at Hart's Greenhouse & Florist in Preston on Tuesday, March 6, 2018. 

Hart's started planting pansies the second week of January and the first of three crops of spring plants the last week of January.  The third crop of spring will be finished planting by early April and they will begin planting the summer crops.  Planting multiple crops provides plants in different stages for the seasons and a continuous supply through the summer. 

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