The Piney Hills Master Gardeners showed off their best Saturday with a tour of gardens.

Tucked away from the road and the hustle and bustle of city life, the home of Charles and Lyn Stubbs at 106 Carey Lane touted colorful flower gardens and peaceful, shady seating areas throughout their yard. Along the tree line, just beyond the edge of the trees is an odd-shaped bent tree, that master gardeners say were used by the Caddo Indians as a “highway” marker along a well-traveled path. Michelle Bates/Press-Herald
Tucked away from the road and the hustle and bustle of city life, the home of Charles and Lyn Stubbs at 106 Carey Lane touted colorful flower gardens and peaceful, shady seating areas throughout their yard. Along the tree line, just beyond the edge of the trees is an odd-shaped bent tree, that master gardeners say were used by the Caddo Indians as a “highway” marker along a well-traveled path. Michelle Bates/Press-Herald
At the home of Wayne and Brenda Perryman, the public was greeted with a rustic, yet eclectic mix of antique yard art as flower and vegetable gardens were interspersed throughout the yard. Located at 112 Beck Curve Road, their home was built in the 1890s, and while their house was restored, the Perryman’s yard was restored as well. Master Gardener Brenda Perryman says she took antique items, such as an old metal bed frame, an old cast iron claw foot tub and small troughs, and planted flowers and plants. The yard even sported a miniature outhouse, complete with the moon door and a “man” inside. Atop an old wagon, built up into a flower planter, sits a statuesque little girl. Michelle Bates/Press-Herald
At the home of Wayne and Brenda Perryman, the public was greeted with a rustic, yet eclectic mix of antique yard art as flower and vegetable gardens were interspersed throughout the yard. Located at 112 Beck Curve Road, their home was built in the 1890s, and while their house was restored, the Perryman’s yard was restored as well. Master Gardener Brenda Perryman says she took antique items, such as an old metal bed frame, an old cast iron claw foot tub and small troughs, and planted flowers and plants. The yard even sported a miniature outhouse, complete with the moon door and a “man” inside. Atop an old wagon, built up into a flower planter, sits a statuesque little girl. Michelle Bates/Press-Herald

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