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Local gardens continue to produce beautiful flowers and other specimens. We will show your beauties as long as space and the weather permit. Please send your photos to

Brad Bennett of Hayes sent this photo of a goldfinch perched on a black-eyed Susan.Moonflowers bloom late afternoon daily at the home of Libby Crawford in Mathews.Mike Rohde planted this meadow at the Cottage at Creek View on Doctor’s Creek, New Point, in the spring. It blends mid-Atlantic Coastal native grasses and wildflowers, glowing now with false sunflower.Impatiens and sedum along a driveway in Bena, submitted by Bill Evans.Janet Gomez of Gloucester sends a bouquet with dahlia, zinnias, celosia, globe amaranth, native New England aster and dried lambarda monarda.Bill Layng of North photographed the hyacinth bean vine at his house. This heirloom plant is found at Monticello.Impatiens return every year at back door of Jimmy and Charlene Diggs at Gloucester Point.Coneflowers at the home o...

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