Published : Wednesday, 21 Mar 2012, 12:49 PM EDT
CALEDONIA, Mich. (WOOD) - A stretch of unseasonably warm weather has grass growing green, trees budding and flowers popping up all over West Michigan. Those who care for yards and gardens want to know whether their plants and trees will be damaged when the early spring air turns chilly again. The expert staff at Harder & Warner Landscaping and Garden Center says trees and plants will not face any long-term damage, but could end up a little less full or with less fruit this season if there is any early frost or freeze event this season. Now is an ideal time for some early season planting and Harder & Warner is now offering a great selection of plants to help you get started. Stop by and see them today.