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Images bring hope

As Covid-19 fatalities pass 100,000 and protests erupt across the land after the death of George Floyd, these readers’ images bring hope of better times. Please send yours to

Orange lilies submitted by Jemma Faye Washington of Hayes.

Dutch iris at Church Hill, Gloucester, grown by Sandy Van Leeuwen.

Hydrangea macrophylla grown by Reed Lawson of Mathews.

Iris grown by Katie and T.J. Pritt of Gloucester.

Marty Ross of Hayes finds beauty everywhere, and sent this photo of a pale chicken of the woods mushroom.

June blooming azalea at the northern Gloucester County home of Linda Lee.

Mountain laurel in full bloom at the home of Alisa Potter of Dutton.

Martha Thompson Hudgins of Gloucester has kept this Hens and Chicks cactus going since receiving it from her mother-in-law in 1962, and shared it with a lot of people too.

Kathy Skelley brought this peony from her mother’s garden in Ohio. She said, “My mom passed and these flowers remind m...

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