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Master gardeners take over Sturgeon Bay for plant fair

Good weather usually means a good turnout and that is exactly what happened at the Door County Master Gardeners Plant Fair on Saturday morning. 


From the opportunity to get education on plants and the different types to tips on gardening, the plant fair had something for everyone that attended at the Peninsula Agricultural Research Station. From vegetables to vines to annual flowers, there were plenty of options for shoppers to choose too. Door County Master Gardeners President Shawn Mathys talked about the annual event that ran Friday night and Saturday morning.



Consumers walked out of the plant fair with full arms as tomatoes and peppers were the hot commodity being sold Saturday morning. All of the plants that were for sale today were grown at The Garden Door, so the community was buying local. Mathys said the high quality of plants and vegetables is the reason so many people come back every year the fair is put on. 


The proceeds from this event were to support the Door County Master Gardeners Association education programs and The Garden Door.

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