This week the Rogers County Master Gardeners are celebrating the installation of new Cherokee identification plaques in their teaching garden.

Scattered throughout the garden, which is in full bloom, are signs showing both the English and Cherokee name of the plant.

The installation of the new markers was done during the kickoff of the Safenet Garden Tour, in which the teaching garden was recognized.

Junior Miss Cherokee Kaitlyn Pinkerton was on hand to provide Cherokee pronunciations for the signs during the festivities.