One thumb, two thumb, plant some, green thumb

Wednesday, May 6, 2020
Garron Tanner, 7, and Presley Treadwell, 3, both of Cassville, didnít mind getting their hands dirty as they helped in the garden during the stay-at-home orders. Contributed photo

Garron Tanner, 7, and Presley Treadwell, 3, both of Cassville, didnít mind getting their hands dirty as they helped in the garden during the stay-at-home orders.

Ella Rose Ainsworth, 8, of Cassville, helped her grandparents get their garden space ready for vegetables. Contributed photo
Adelynn Whittington, 7, and Isabelle Luney, 4, both of Cassville, help their mother plant flowers. Contributed photo
Meyah Peckham 11, of Wheaton, starting out raised gardens of tomatoes and peppers using start-ups provided by the Wheaton FFA. Contributed photo
Arianna Patrick, 3, and Alex Patrick, 8, both of Cassville, helped their parents with their garden recently. Contributed photo
Maddox Cooper, 5, and Nova Cooper, 7, both of Cassville, pose with the flower bed they helped build. Contributed photo
Wylee Spiva, 5, of Cassville, planted hollyhock and morning glory seeds in her old wagon. Contributed photo
Brett Brown and Raeleigh Brown, 5, of Exeter, plant seeds in their home garden. Contributed photo
Keegan Thompson, 4, of Cassville, helps his Grammy in the garden. Contributed photo
Penelope Crum, 5, of Washburn, plants flowers in her backyard. Contributed photo
S.J. Clark, 3, of Purdy, plants some flowers for his Memaw. Contributed photo
Knox Clemons, 6, of Exeter, plants flowers in his fairy garden. Contributed photo
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