Landscapes struggle to recover from 2012 drought
Many lawns, trees and shrubs in northern Illinois have not recovered from last year’s drought, and there is a chance they never will.
“The drought last year damaged pretty much anything that was growing outside from one extent to another,” said Richard Hentschel, horticulture educator for the University of Illinois Extension.
“What isn’t evident is how our larger established trees and shrubs are. Right now they appear OK, but I don’t believe they are,” he said.
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