Spring appears to have arrived early in Kansas City. This could lead to damaged plants if a late frost or freeze strikes.
Spring appears to have arrived early in Kansas City. This could lead to damaged plants if a late frost or freeze strikes. File photo by The Star
Spring appears to have arrived early in Kansas City. This could lead to damaged plants if a late frost or freeze strikes. File photo by The Star

KC’s early spring could lead to damaged plants if late frost, freeze strikes

February 22, 2017 1:37 PM

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