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Impatiens for the planting in Preston

Published May 02. 2013 4:00AM
Dana Jensen/The Day
Jay Campbell, a worker at L&C Greenhouses in Preston, carries trays of New Guinea impatiens to a cart outside the greenhouse Wednesday while he and other workers fill orders to be delivered to nurseries and retail outlets. Owner Diane Majcher said the first two weeks of May are the busiest of the season because of Mother's Day and because people are anxious to start planting as the weather becomes warmer.

Jay Campbell, a worker at L&C Greenhouses in Preston, carries trays of New Guinea impatiens to a cart outside the greenhouse Wednesday while he and other workers fill orders to be delivered to nurseries and retail outlets. Owner Diane Majcher said the first two weeks of May are the busiest of the season because of Mother's Day and because people are anxious to start planting as the weather becomes warmer.

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