The longest days of the year are here, and the sunlight, heat and humidity are making gardens thrive. Please send your photos to email@example.com.
Blooming aloe vera sent by Molly Broderson of North.
First gladiolus of the season, sent by Lynn Humlan of Hartfield.
This is a picture of Twist ’n Shout hydrangeas in full bloom at the home of Judy Jay and Fred Wynn in Cobbs Creek.
Gladiolus (with Ant Man) in the gardens of Andrew and Cassie Knowles.
Money plant at the home of Martha Thompson Hudgins, Gloucester.
Yellow hibiscus at home of Judy and Milton Hudgins at Hayes.
Yellow coreopsis in Betsy Owens’s flower garden.
Roses sent by William Pittman.
Monarch butterfly on milkweed, sent by Walter Priest in Bena.
Perennial stokesia “Honeysong” with impatiens at Ginger Rowe’s home, Gloucester.
Julie Shields of Hayes sends her first giant dahlia of the season.
From Louise Witherspoon of Port Haywood, left to right, small blue wi...
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