It’s a rite of spring all over the city: municipal workers ready flower beds on boulevards and along roadways in anticipation of the yearly planting of flowers. The result is certainly eye-catching, but is expensive… and is it really necessary? Perennial plants or grass would save the city from having to purchase new plants each year, or the city could forego the cost altogether and funnel the savings into road repair.
You are the Big Broadcast Judge & Jury… what’s your verdict? Should the city spend money planting annual flowers on boulevards and along the roadways?