by Jessica Reber
KWCH 12 Eyewitness News
4:35 PM CST, February 9, 2013
Winter weather is expected to return to Kansas over the weekend, but that didn't stop garden enthusiasts from thinking about spring.
The Sedgwick County Extension office offered a lawn and garden seminar Saturday. Gardeners learned tricks of the trade to get the biggest bloom for their buck. But the drought may hinder their efforts.
"It is tough on landscapes and plants in gardens," Said Marcia Badee. "We'll have to learn to conserve water and mulch. Mulch will improve retention."
The extension office also offers classes on how to make rain barrels for watering.
Click here to learn more about classes and seminars offered at the extension office.
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