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May flowers

We believe our readers have some of the most beautiful flowers on the planet, and are happy they continue to send their photos to us. We hope to see more next week: please send them to

Iris sent in by Bill Fulton of Paynes Landing Road, Gloucester.

Iris from the spring gardens of Ruth Blair of Gloucester.

Strawberry-scented native sweet shrub in the yard of Mary Bourne of Bena

Iris with an attitude by Susan Dei of Hayes.

Barbra Schaffer of Gloucester County noticed that one of her Foxglove plants was much larger than the others. Schaffer said a normal foxglove has a slim stem and flowers growing on primarily one side. This foxglove has a thick stem and flowers growing on all sides.

A poppy descended from those the late Dorothy Parker spread around Gloucester County years ago has bloomed at the home of Nancy and Bill Layng at North, just in time for Memorial Day.

Buddy and Ann Hogge of Wicomico submitted a picture of the wisteria that is ...

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