Bloomin’ Gardens to host open house


Connie Robertson, of Sedalia, looks over a selection of red and pink geraniums Friday at the Bloomin’ Gardens Greenhouse. Robertson said she comes every year to shop at the greenhouse and was looking for an “Alice DuPont” mandevilla plant. The greenhouse, under the direction of the Center for Human Services, will host its fifth annual open house from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday at the Robert W. and Mark W. Mason Horticultural Training Center, 1500 1/2 Ewing Dr.


CHS Bloomin’ Gardens Greenhouse employees Barbara Grainger, left, and Becky Smith move pots while David Moody sweeps the floor Friday in preparation of Saturday’s open house event. Greenhouse production supervisor Lori Fowler said they have 600 hanging baskets plus thousands of other plant items for sale.


Jason Cole Younger, a Bloomin’ Gardens employee, carries a large bag of gardening soil through the greenhouse Friday. Greenhouse production technician Julia Bailey said during Saturday’s open house there will be drawings for five gift certificates plus free plants and cupcakes.


Friday morning, CHS Bloomin’ Gardens employee J.R. Welch places price tags on wooden toolboxes as the greenhouse staff prepares for the open house event Saturday.


Connie Robertson, of Sedalia, looks over a selection of red and pink geraniums Friday at the Bloomin’ Gardens Greenhouse. Robertson said she comes every year to shop at the greenhouse and was looking for an “Alice DuPont” mandevilla plant. The greenhouse, under the direction of the Center for Human Services, will host its fifth annual open house from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday at the Robert W. and Mark W. Mason Horticultural Training Center, 1500 1/2 Ewing Dr.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/web1_TSD040916BloominGardens-1.jpgConnie Robertson, of Sedalia, looks over a selection of red and pink geraniums Friday at the Bloomin’ Gardens Greenhouse. Robertson said she comes every year to shop at the greenhouse and was looking for an “Alice DuPont” mandevilla plant. The greenhouse, under the direction of the Center for Human Services, will host its fifth annual open house from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday at the Robert W. and Mark W. Mason Horticultural Training Center, 1500 1/2 Ewing Dr.

CHS Bloomin’ Gardens Greenhouse employees Barbara Grainger, left, and Becky Smith move pots while David Moody sweeps the floor Friday in preparation of Saturday’s open house event. Greenhouse production supervisor Lori Fowler said they have 600 hanging baskets plus thousands of other plant items for sale.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/web1_TSD040916BloominGardens-2.jpgCHS Bloomin’ Gardens Greenhouse employees Barbara Grainger, left, and Becky Smith move pots while David Moody sweeps the floor Friday in preparation of Saturday’s open house event. Greenhouse production supervisor Lori Fowler said they have 600 hanging baskets plus thousands of other plant items for sale.

Jason Cole Younger, a Bloomin’ Gardens employee, carries a large bag of gardening soil through the greenhouse Friday. Greenhouse production technician Julia Bailey said during Saturday’s open house there will be drawings for five gift certificates plus free plants and cupcakes.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/web1_TSD040916BloominGardens-4.jpgJason Cole Younger, a Bloomin’ Gardens employee, carries a large bag of gardening soil through the greenhouse Friday. Greenhouse production technician Julia Bailey said during Saturday’s open house there will be drawings for five gift certificates plus free plants and cupcakes.

Friday morning, CHS Bloomin’ Gardens employee J.R. Welch places price tags on wooden toolboxes as the greenhouse staff prepares for the open house event Saturday.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/web1_TSD040916BloominGardens-3.jpgFriday morning, CHS Bloomin’ Gardens employee J.R. Welch places price tags on wooden toolboxes as the greenhouse staff prepares for the open house event Saturday.

Connie Robertson, of Sedalia, looks over a selection of red and pink geraniums Friday at the Bloomin’ Gardens Greenhouse. Robertson said she comes every year to shop at the greenhouse and was looking for an “Alice DuPont” mandevilla plant. The greenhouse, under the direction of the Center for Human Services, will host its fifth annual open house from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday at the Robert W. and Mark W. Mason Horticultural Training Center, 1500 1/2 Ewing Dr.

CHS Bloomin’ Gardens Greenhouse employees Barbara Grainger, left, and Becky Smith move pots while David Moody sweeps the floor Friday in preparation of Saturday’s open house event. Greenhouse production supervisor Lori Fowler said they have 600 hanging baskets plus thousands of other plant items for sale.

Jason Cole Younger, a Bloomin’ Gardens employee, carries a large bag of gardening soil through the greenhouse Friday. Greenhouse production technician Julia Bailey said during Saturday’s open house there will be drawings for five gift certificates plus free plants and cupcakes.

Friday morning, CHS Bloomin’ Gardens employee J.R. Welch places price tags on wooden toolboxes as the greenhouse staff prepares for the open house event Saturday.

Photos by Faith Bemiss | Democrat

Sedalia Democrat

Photos by Faith Bemiss | Democrat

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