“We spotted white lilacs growing over a fence in an empty lot—well, really a construction zone—growing from an old bush in an also empty house. Very rare on every level, more rare and precious to me than peonies from New Zealand. And the ‘unusual’ warm dry winter resulted in wisteria laden with early heavy blooms, big blooms I feared would be short lived.” --Sarah Lonsdale
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Madrid Is Covering Itself In Plants To Help Fight Rising Temperatures Vacant lots, city squares, a former highway, and even regular city streets are going to be filled up with trees and plants—everywhere you look.