Employees of Bloomin’ Gardens Greenhouse prep for spring plantings


Employees of Bloomin’ Gardens Greenhouse, at the Robert W. and Mark W. Mason Horticultural Training Center for the Ewing Vocational Center, were busy Wednesday prepping for spring. Daniel Sabin, under the direction of job coach Katie McMullin, works on a wooden toolbox planter that will be filled with succulents later in the season.


Barbara Grainger, an employee of Bloomin’ Gardens, sands an end piece for a planter Wednesday afternoon. Bloomin’ Gardens Greenhouse Supervisor Lori Fowler said they are just now getting started with spring plantings. She added that the greenhouse house is open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday. It is located at 1500 1/2 Ewing Dr.


Greenhouse Supervisor Lori Fowler, center, talks with Barbara Grainger, left, Becky Smith and Daniel Sabin about weeding succulent plants Wednesday. Fowler said weeding is always an ongoing process.


Becky Smith, an employee of Bloomin’ Gardens Greenhouse, plucks small weeds from a potted plant Wednesday. The greenhouse already has a variety of succulents, house plants and hanging ferns available for purchase.


Employees of Bloomin’ Gardens Greenhouse, at the Robert W. and Mark W. Mason Horticultural Training Center for the Ewing Vocational Center, were busy Wednesday prepping for spring. Daniel Sabin, under the direction of job coach Katie McMullin, works on a wooden toolbox planter that will be filled with succulents later in the season.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/web1_TSD011416Greenhouse-12.jpgEmployees of Bloomin’ Gardens Greenhouse, at the Robert W. and Mark W. Mason Horticultural Training Center for the Ewing Vocational Center, were busy Wednesday prepping for spring. Daniel Sabin, under the direction of job coach Katie McMullin, works on a wooden toolbox planter that will be filled with succulents later in the season.

Barbara Grainger, an employee of Bloomin’ Gardens, sands an end piece for a planter Wednesday afternoon. Bloomin’ Gardens Greenhouse Supervisor Lori Fowler said they are just now getting started with spring plantings. She added that the greenhouse house is open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday. It is located at 1500 1/2 Ewing Dr.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/web1_TSD011416Greenhouse-22.jpgBarbara Grainger, an employee of Bloomin’ Gardens, sands an end piece for a planter Wednesday afternoon. Bloomin’ Gardens Greenhouse Supervisor Lori Fowler said they are just now getting started with spring plantings. She added that the greenhouse house is open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday. It is located at 1500 1/2 Ewing Dr.

Greenhouse Supervisor Lori Fowler, center, talks with Barbara Grainger, left, Becky Smith and Daniel Sabin about weeding succulent plants Wednesday. Fowler said weeding is always an ongoing process.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/web1_TSD011416Greenhouse-32.jpgGreenhouse Supervisor Lori Fowler, center, talks with Barbara Grainger, left, Becky Smith and Daniel Sabin about weeding succulent plants Wednesday. Fowler said weeding is always an ongoing process.

Becky Smith, an employee of Bloomin’ Gardens Greenhouse, plucks small weeds from a potted plant Wednesday. The greenhouse already has a variety of succulents, house plants and hanging ferns available for purchase.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/web1_TSD011416Greenhouse-42.jpgBecky Smith, an employee of Bloomin’ Gardens Greenhouse, plucks small weeds from a potted plant Wednesday. The greenhouse already has a variety of succulents, house plants and hanging ferns available for purchase.

Employees of Bloomin’ Gardens Greenhouse, at the Robert W. and Mark W. Mason Horticultural Training Center for the Ewing Vocational Center, were busy Wednesday prepping for spring. Daniel Sabin, under the direction of job coach Katie McMullin, works on a wooden toolbox planter that will be filled with succulents later in the season.

Barbara Grainger, an employee of Bloomin’ Gardens, sands an end piece for a planter Wednesday afternoon. Bloomin’ Gardens Greenhouse Supervisor Lori Fowler said they are just now getting started with spring plantings. She added that the greenhouse house is open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday. It is located at 1500 1/2 Ewing Dr.

Greenhouse Supervisor Lori Fowler, center, talks with Barbara Grainger, left, Becky Smith and Daniel Sabin about weeding succulent plants Wednesday. Fowler said weeding is always an ongoing process.

Becky Smith, an employee of Bloomin’ Gardens Greenhouse, plucks small weeds from a potted plant Wednesday. The greenhouse already has a variety of succulents, house plants and hanging ferns available for purchase.

Photos by Faith Bemiss | Democrat

Sedalia Democrat

Photos by Faith Bemiss | Democrat

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