Abe Fosson, left, with his swoe, and Susan Umberger with her bayonet knife (that she uses to separate orchids, shown) on Thursday, Aug. 26, 2010 in the Herald-Leader studio.  This story is mostly a photo essay about master gardeners and their favorite gardening tools. We're photographing five master gardeners, separately, in the studio. They are wearing gardening attire and each will bring his/her tool.   Photo by David Perry | Staff
Abe Fosson, left, with his swoe, and Susan Umberger with her bayonet knife (that she uses to separate orchids, shown) on Thursday, Aug. 26, 2010 in the Herald-Leader studio. This story is mostly a photo essay about master gardeners and their favorite gardening tools. We're photographing five master gardeners, separately, in the studio. They are wearing gardening attire and each will bring his/her tool. Photo by David Perry | Staff
Abe Fosson, left, with his swoe, and Susan Umberger with her bayonet knife (that she uses to separate orchids, shown) on Thursday, Aug. 26, 2010 in the Herald-Leader studio. This story is mostly a photo essay about master gardeners and their favorite gardening tools. We're photographing five master gardeners, separately, in the studio. They are wearing gardening attire and each will bring his/her tool. Photo by David Perry | Staff

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