Photos by Marlena Sloss/The Herald
George Roush of Jasper plants zucchini plants in his garden with the help of his wife, Alice, outside their home on Monday. The Roushes have lived in their home for 45 years and have had a garden for 40 years. Alice said she loves the freshness of homegrown vegetables, especially zucchinis. “The little ones in the store you get, no comparison [to homegrown],” Alice said.


Alice Roush of Jasper, left, and her husband, George, plant zucchini plants in their garden on Monday.


A zucchini plant is seen in the garden of Alice and George Roush in Jasper on Monday.

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