How to ensure your garden thrives in the hot summer

Ji Suk Yi

A family pass by as the water system irrigates plants during the hot and sunny weather at Kew gardens in London, Wednesday, June 24, 2020. Britain is braced for a June heatwave with temperatures predicted to climb into the mid-30s this week.(AP Photo/Frank Augstein)

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It’s hot outside, and your plants need to stay hydrated just like you! Sue Ryba, horticulturist and landscape expert at Bertog Landscape Co. in Wheeling, joins Ji with tips on how to keep your plants happy and hydrated during the hot summer months!

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