Summer flowers hang on while migrating birds and insects look for food along the way, and fall favorites make an appearance. Please send your photos to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Japanese anemone, a perennial fall bloomer, sent by Louise Witherspoon of Port Haywood; at right, a night-blooming cereus.
Blue mist flower, native wild ageratum, and rain lily blooming in spite of no rain, sent by Cheryl Battle of Bavon.
Marty Ross has tagged monarch butterflies before they migrate, left, and included other photos of plants and pollinators, from left: monarch larvae on milkweed, dogwood berries for migrating birds; bottom row, blackberry lily seeds, and a bee on Seven Sons flower.
Lewis Hubbard of Cardinal sends his first camellia of the season, Maiden’s Blush.
Martha Thompson Hudgins of Gloucester sent a photo of the streaming sunlight at her home.
Larry Sherertz of Gloucester photographed a cloudless Sulphur butterfly in ...
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