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Bright and beautiful

The flowers of mid-summer make a bold statement. Please send your photos to

Gin Evans of Port Haywood sends a photo of her hibiscus.

Rose of Sharon blooming at the home of Janet and Gene Gomez.

Helen Herring of Harcum sends photos of Lord Baltimore hibisbus and Lady Baltimore hibiscus.

White and purple Crape Myrtle sent by Martha Thompson Hudgins of Gloucester.

Allium and amaranthus from Joni Neal of Hayes.

Jeff and Shirley Lavin of Foster say their mountain mint attracts more pollinators in number and variety than anything else they have grown.

Hibiscus sent by Donna Phillips of Gloucester Point.

Bee on cosmos, sent by Ginger Rowe of Gloucester.

Louise Witherspoon of Port Haywood sends a photo of a ½ inch butterfly, a red-banded hairstreak, on a fennel plant, center, spider-type daylily, right, new plantings in the alley connecting Main and Courtstreets in Mathews.

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