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Joy Albertson of North wants to know the name of this plant, which sprouted in a crack next to a walkway. Who can help?
Kathy Dumas Angel captured a photo of a bee on the bee balm.
Lady ferns return every spring and stay till frost at the home of Mary Bourne, Bena.
Gardenias in full bloom, sent by Karen Borja of Gloucester.
Linda Dalgety of Port Haywood was surprised to see this white amaryllis blooming in her garden “because I had only planted red ones. White amaryllis are used to symbolize children and their innocence. As a former elementary school teacher, the tragedy in Uvalde, Texas, hit home really hard. I believe this is God’s way of telling me all of His children made it home,” she wrote.
Red hot pokers at the home of Sherry Hodges, Moon.
Snapdragons at the home of Nancy Jagger of Mathews.
Evening primrose, sent by Mary Pope of Mathews. ...
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