Master Gardeners get to work

Wednesday, June 22, 2016
Juno Paul, 16 months, helps her mom and Barry County Master Gardener Britany Paul, clear out a flower bed at the Bayless House Tuesday morning. The group of gardeners met for a work day to maintain the grounds of the historic home, which sits behind the post office. Julia Kilmer/reporter@cassville-democrat.com

Members of the Barry County Master Gardeners survey the weeds they'll need to pull from a flower patch on the grounds of the Bayless House, including stubborn Bermuda grass.

Members of the Barry County Master Gardeners survey the weeds they'll need to pull from a flower patch on the grounds of the Bayless House, including stubborn Bermuda grass. The group met for one of their work days in which they help beautify and maintain grounds in the community. Members are required to volunteer at least 30 hours a week per year. The group recently turned out a new batch of master gardeners, which were at the site working. Julia Kilmer/reporter@cassville-democrat.com
New master gardener Maria West works on clearing out weeds in a rose bed in front of the Bayless House during one of the group's work days, while Liz Renkoski, left, and Linda Stuart, inspect a plant. Julia Kilmer/reporter@cassville-democrat.com
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