Going out to the garden


These women look happy with the plants they picked up Saturday at the Clinton County Master Gardeners Plant Sale and Workshops event in the Clinton County Annex Building on South Nelson Avenue in Wilmington. From left are Janie Wildoner, Sara Maus and Sulyn Romer. Wildoner’s plants include broccoli, zucchini and summer squash; Maus chose peppers, basil and broccoli; and Romer is carrying out celery (to cut up for soups or add to other dishes, said the ladies), peppers and irises.


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

Desaree Runk and her daughter Claire, 2½, needed a bigger box after browsing the selection of greenery at the Clinton County Master Gardeners Plant Sale and Workshops event on Saturday.


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

These women look happy with the plants they picked up Saturday at the Clinton County Master Gardeners Plant Sale and Workshops event in the Clinton County Annex Building on South Nelson Avenue in Wilmington. From left are Janie Wildoner, Sara Maus and Sulyn Romer. Wildoner’s plants include broccoli, zucchini and summer squash; Maus chose peppers, basil and broccoli; and Romer is carrying out celery (to cut up for soups or add to other dishes, said the ladies), peppers and irises.

Desaree Runk and her daughter Claire, 2½, needed a bigger box after browsing the selection of greenery at the Clinton County Master Gardeners Plant Sale and Workshops event on Saturday.

These women look happy with the plants they picked up Saturday at the Clinton County Master Gardeners Plant Sale and Workshops event in the Clinton County Annex Building on South Nelson Avenue in Wilmington. From left are Janie Wildoner, Sara Maus and Sulyn Romer. Wildoner’s plants include broccoli, zucchini and summer squash; Maus chose peppers, basil and broccoli; and Romer is carrying out celery (to cut up for soups or add to other dishes, said the ladies), peppers and irises.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/05/web1_plant_sale_p_f.jpgThese women look happy with the plants they picked up Saturday at the Clinton County Master Gardeners Plant Sale and Workshops event in the Clinton County Annex Building on South Nelson Avenue in Wilmington. From left are Janie Wildoner, Sara Maus and Sulyn Romer. Wildoner’s plants include broccoli, zucchini and summer squash; Maus chose peppers, basil and broccoli; and Romer is carrying out celery (to cut up for soups or add to other dishes, said the ladies), peppers and irises. Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

Desaree Runk and her daughter Claire, 2½, needed a bigger box after browsing the selection of greenery at the Clinton County Master Gardeners Plant Sale and Workshops event on Saturday.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/05/web1_runk_p_f.jpgDesaree Runk and her daughter Claire, 2½, needed a bigger box after browsing the selection of greenery at the Clinton County Master Gardeners Plant Sale and Workshops event on Saturday. Gary Huffenberger | News Journal