Some students at Hodgenville Elementary School are learning botany and some biology firsthand as members of the school’s horticulture club.
The students have a small garden outside adviser Ashley Puckett’s classroom where they have grown several types of vegetables – tomatoes, squash, zucchini, as well as several varieties of flowers including sunflowers.
“I began leading the club last year,” Puckett said. “Becky Hawkins (a teaching colleague) led the club about three years before me.”
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