Experts: Okla., not Texas, had hottest summer ever

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“We had to stop planting last summer because it was silly to plant in 100-degree temperatures,” said Stephen Smith, who works at Southwood Garden Center and Nursery in Tulsa.

“I’ve been in this business 30 years,” he added. “And it was probably one of the worst temperatures I can remember.”

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