The cool, wet spring has been ideal for a landscape exhausted by drought.
Unfortunately, weeds and fungi are thriving, while heat-loving favorites like tomatoes and peppers have been slow to get established.
The World-Herald hosted a live chat Thursday afternoon to answer your lawn and gardening questions.
This week's guest panelists were University of Nebraska-Lincoln horticulturists Kathleen Cue and Mary Anna Anderson. The chat is archived, so you can read it any time -- simply click on the query box's play button below.
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