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Carlton County Master Gardeners schedule 2022 tour

Participants will be able to visit five properties in the Mahtowa area.

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Bette Jayne Nelson (left) and Teresa Klejeski examine a plot at the Moose Lake Community Garden during the Carlton County Garden Tour on Tuesday, July 20, 2021. The 2022 garden tour will visit five properties in the Mahtowa area.
Izabel Johnson / File / Cloquet Pine Journal
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CARLTON — The Carlton County Master Gardeners will showcase four gardens in the Mahtowa area from 4-7 p.m. July 19, according to a news release.

The free, self-guided event will happen rain or shine. Signs will be located at each property indicating it is part of the tour.

Furthermore, maps will be available after July 1 at the Carlton County Extension Office, 317 Chestnut Ave., Carlton; on the Carlton County Master Gardeners Facebook page; on the extension office website; and at each location on the day of the tour.

The gardens featured include a fruit and nut orchard, a vegetable garden labyrinth, an herbal tea garden, perennial gardens, a 1930s fieldstone chicken coop, as well as traditional ornamental gardens, the news release said.

The locations include 1850 Gallinger Trail, Blackhoof; 3292 County Road 104, Blackhoof; 3433 County Road 5, Mahtowa; 2710 Swenson Road, Mahtowa; and 2999 County Road 61, Mahtowa.

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Participants can visit the gardens in any order.

Those seeking more information should call 218-384-8684 or email rustx048@umn.edu.

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