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Annika Torgerson of Canton loves all aspects of gardening, including the design and planning stages taking place already this spring. At 12 years of age, she is a Junior Master Gardener, a member of the Harmony Garden Club and a Junior Park Naturalist. She has also had her garden certified as a Monarch Watch Waystation. Annika is shown above wearing her great-great-grandmother’s gardening hat, now owned by her grandmother, Joan Michel. MELISSA VANDER PLAS/BLUFF COUNTRY NEWPSPAPER GROUP
Annika Torgerson of Canton loves all aspects of gardening, including the design and planning stages taking place already this spring. At 12 years of age, she is a Junior Master Gardener, a member of the Harmony Garden Club and a Junior Park Naturalist. She has also had her garden certified as a Monarch Watch Waystation. Annika is shown above wearing her great-great-grandmother’s gardening hat, now owned by her grandmother, Joan Michel. MELISSA VANDER PLAS/BLUFF COUNTRY NEWPSPAPER GROUP
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Wednesday, April 13, 2016 12:37 PM

At 12 years of age, Annika Torgerson of Canton has found a unique enjoyment in gardening for someone her age. She is interested planting flowers and milkweed to attract monarch butterflies and loves to create flowering pots to beautify her home. She has thrived under her grandmother Joan Michel’s tutelage and the Torgeson garden has benefited from the addition of plants thinned out of Michel’s own garden in Harmony.

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