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Julie Shields of Hayes found interesting plants on the Beaverdam Park hiking trail, from left, witch’s hair, orange fungus, and fungus-covered logs.Blackberry or Leopard Lily, tiny but beautiful, from Mary Sampson of Mathews.Starry, Starry Night Hibiscus as big as dinner plates, grown by Tricia Dowdy of Gloucester.Chris Bridge of Diggs picked her first big sandwich tomatoes from the garden this week.Janet Gomez of Gloucester sent three photos: Black-eyed Susans from the home of Ben and Margaret Grimes, a pot of bulbs planted at Brent and Becky’s Bulbs in the spring, and a dahlia from her own garden.Jill Moughon’s patio in Williamsburg.Tiger lily grown by Pat Rawls of Foster.Daylily at the home of Richard and Joan Miles, Mathews.Joe and Jasmine Lineberry of Gloucester sent a photo of their giant Orienpet lily.Hibiscus at the home of James and Pearl Wadde...

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