Plenty of color remains in our flower beds, even as the leaves overhead begin to turn autumnal shades. Please send your photos to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mums, sweet potato vines and a statue named Alice at the home of Chris Bridge in Diggs.Coleus and impatiens make a pretty combination at Judy Moughon’s home in Mathews.Asters and goldenrod from Joan Keith’s garden.Montauk daisies and Reblooming Azalea, sent by Patricia Olsen of The Glebe in Mathews.An aster and a huge bumblebee sent by Linda Moorman of Mathews.A bouquet from Louise Witherspoon of Port Haywood, from left, late-blooming petunias, tiny asters growing wild along roads in Mathews, single heirloom mum, goldenrod and bumblebee, and a black-eyed Susan vine.Lewis Hubbard of Cardinal sent these photos, from left, Camellia sasanqua Delilah, Camellia hybrid Winter’s Star, and Camellia sasanqua William Lanier Hunt.
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