Pictured are Cody George, from right, Edward Robinson, Loretta Hoeffner, Brenda Webb, Randy Forst, Mary Knight, Karen Reeves, and Don Wall, enjoying lunch and fellowship during a break on Saturday.
The Carroll County Master Gardeners hosted its first "Home Garden Day" at the ECHO cafeteria in Eureka Springs during its Gardening in the Ozarks conference last Saturday. It was a huge success with 81 gardeners attending from all over Arkansas and Missouri, organizers said. Speakers included Carroll County Extention Agent Randy Forst, who gave a presentation on "Perennials That Pack a Punch"; well-known Eureka Springs photographer and artist Edward C. Robinson, who spoke about his craft; Cody George, who spoke on his work as the creator of the beautiful gardens at Crystal Bridges Museum; and DonE Allen, who maintains the springs and surrounding parks and gardens in Eureka Springs. Photos contributed by Joy Flake
Carroll County Master Gardener Karen Wall, left, presents a wreath she designed to Arlene Jackson of Little Rock.
DonE Allen gives a presentation on creating arrangements as Jennifer Hudspeth looks on.