Warmer temperatures brought out the crowds at a long standing springtime event in the Ozarks.
Crowds were lining up this morning for the annual Master Gardners Plant Sale at Nathanael Greene Park.
For more than ten years, people have relied on the sale to decorate their gardens.
In turn, money raised at the event helps master gardeners do projects in the community.
While organizers were worried what a late winter would mean for planting in the Ozarks, it looks like everything's turned out just fine.
Master Gardener Gaylord Moore says, "they're good quality, great quality plants. Even though we had some real bad weather earlier with the freeze."
Today's event gave KOLR10 a chance to continue our effort to reforest the ozarks after the ice storm.
Our own Joy Robertson was on hand to help people pick out their $10 dollar trees.