Master Gardener’s Show held Saturday


By Dan Pennington - dpennington@civitasmedia.com



Kids admire the flowers at the Master Gardener Show at the Fairgrounds Saturday.


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Heather Onstott sells aroma wax at her booth. Ten-year-old Evie Daniels of Calera on the right, is one of her best customers of the day, according to Onstott.


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Purple flowers are always a favorite.


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Flowers provide a valuable service to our environment.


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The Master Gardener’s Show had some unique plants available.


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Kathy Pritchard and her granddaughter Jayden enjoyed the garden show Saturday.


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Stone Post Productions Dick Carson, Photographer, has a vendor’s booth displaying and selling his plant photography.


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The Farmer’s Market Promotion Program’s Macy Vansickle on left, shows Pam Wingfield from Caddo and Deborah Hill and Deborah Ross from Durant, information on the program.


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Seed packets are a favorite at the Master Gardener’s Show every year.


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The Garden show helped many gardeners by providing many of the items they need for their home gardens.


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Robert Bourne, left, at Lindsay Roberts’ Bryan Agri-Products booth, looks on as Dustin Roberts loads some potting soil. Bill Ledbetter, right, and his wife Sharon picked up some items for their spring planting.


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The Bryan County Master Gardener’s held their annual Garden Show this past weekend at the Bryan County Fairgrounds. They support the Southeastern Oklahoma State University Scholarship Fund and community projects. The show is a spin off from their gardening club. The Farmer’s Market Promotion is a USDA funded program that had a booth at the
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