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Ask a master gardener: How to survive cabin fever

GROWING HERBS, SUCH as sage and mint, in pots indoors in winter is a fun activity to combat cabin fever. photo / Deborah J. Benoit

It’s that time of year when, sure, it’s technically spring, but we all know there’s still plenty of cold and wet weather yet to come.

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