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“This sunflower just looked proud this morning,” said Cherie Cook of Mathews.Jamie Moore of Hayes had a thrilling first: a monarch butterfly enjoying her sunflower.“A majestic Celosia from such a tiny seed,” sent by Martha Thompson Hudgins of Gloucester.Sweet Autumn Clematis blooming in the Glebe, sent by Patricia Olsen.Arlene Tucker of Gloucester sent a photo of moon flower, that blooms only at night.Zinnias at the Ware Neck home of Lila Youkeles are attracting butterflies.Flower Power from Peggy McComb, Bena, from left: sunflower, blackberry lily and hibiscus.Trumpet vine, left, and partridge pea, now in bloom, sent by Louise Witherspoon of Port Haywood.
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