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Scarlet Nantes carrots, bell peppers and grape tomatoes grown in raised beds by Cheryl Battle of Bavon.
Photo taken outside Sentara Medical Arts, Gloucester, by Rick Churray.
Monarch chrysalises from Marcie Hall’s Monarch Hatchery.
Asclepius tuberosa or butterfly weed, sent by Judy Moughon of Mathews.
Little Lime Hydrangea in Betsy Owens’s garden in Jenkins Neck.
Red hot pokers at the home of Ginger Rowe, Gloucester.
Daylily grown by Michael and Elizabeth Joyce at Shadow.
Doug and Annette Watson present their sunflowers, “In honor of Ukraine.”
Mike Cunningham of Gloucester Point photographed this bald eagle.
Once again, the J.C. Tylers of Diggs are enjoying more than 1,000 magnificent blooms between their giant gardenia bush and magnolia tree. Neighbors receiving personal ...
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