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Q: I want to grow gladiolus for the first time.
Q: I’m getting my house ready to sell and my Realtor wants to wait until I’ve finished all of the work that needs to be done to the house before listing it.
Let’s start planning our garden.
Q: The previous owners planted lots of crocus and grape hyacinths in the lawn of my new home here on the West Side.
Q: I’m selling my house and the appraisal was just completed.
Q: Can you grow Easter lilies outside here? I hate to think I’ll have to throw it away.
Q: I’m selling my house and it comes on three lots.
Q: We moved from Pennsylvania and miss seeing hydrangea bushes.
Q: I’m planning to sell my house this year, and I’m not sure if I should wait until my family and I have moved out or if we should get the house listed as soon as possible, even while we’re living there.
Q: Last fall, I brought in several pots so I wouldn’t lose the plants.