Petrolia in Bloom showcased some of the community’s finest gardens Saturday and Sunday with the Sights, Sounds and Smells Garden Tour. Included in the tour was Kay Hammonds home on Lancey Street which had an unusual pineapple plant, bottom. The Martin home on King Street was also featured. It had a waterfall, ponds and fountain and a small bridge leading to a gazebo. Petrolia in Bloom is responsible for the planters which are placed around town each spring and summer.
Heather Wright Photos