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Heat and cool

Blistering heat last week gave way, if only briefly, to lovely days this week. Dogs, flowers, and children made the best of it all. Please send your photos to

A bird-dropped sunflower seed into a potted plant created a lovely surprise for Linda Dalgety of Port Haywood.

White mandevilla surrounded by pink vinca in center of herb garden at Wilson Creek Farm; sent by Herbert Fitzgerald.

Reblooming Bearded Iris, and the roses Double Delight and Sunsprite, from Yana Hare’s garden at Hayes.

Patricia Olsen of the Glebe, Mathews, said ,“This hydrangea has the most massive blooms I’ve ever seen.”

Martha Thompson Hudgins of Gloucester said, “I thought this was a golf ball when I saw it on my front yard. It’s amazing what nature can do.”

Hydrangeas and crape myrtle from the garden of Gene and Janet Gomez.

Emily Sadler admires a soybean bloom at Dixie Knoll Farm, Cobbs Creek.

Achimenes at Joy Wilson’s home in Gloucester.


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