And Mother Nature continues a glorious display even as days grow shorter and summer gardens wind down. Please send your photos to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cheryl Battle of Bavon’s blooms, front to back, Montauk daisy, Lantana ‘Miss Huff’ and Abelia.
Native azalea Prunafolium in Jim and Pam Brant’s Gloucester garden .
One of two bunnies that Bob and Lynn Holt of Gloucester enjoy watching daily in their yard.
Nan Cox Crawford of Unionville, a Gloucester native, said, “The sunflowers have been beautiful this year.”
This is a monarch butterfly on native milkweed, sent by Sue Noftsinger, Port Haywood.
Rain-kissed rose, sent by Eany Oh, Achilles.
Stephen and Sue Leed of Hayes grew this interesting bloom.
Velvet Queen Sunflower, sent by Martha Thomas Hudgins of Gloucester.
Zinnia from Yana Hare’s yard in Hayes.
A blossom from the hearty hibiscus bush from Linda Dalgety’s Port Haywood yard.
Pretty butterfly on flower, and ripening fig...
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