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Plenty to see

Take a walk and find plenty of flowers, flying feeders, and interesting foliage at the beginning of fall. Please send your photos to

Monarchs and hummingbirds feeding on the lantana plants in Cammy and Jim Carleton’s garden in Mathews.Penny Dixon of Gwynn’s Island shares her plentiful figs with the bees.A pot of ornamental peppers from the garden of Gene and Janet Gomez.Hollyhocks at the home of Ginger Rowe, Gloucester.Lila Youkeles photographed flowers from the garden of her friend Dianne Stringer in Ware Neck.Kathy Dumas found a lot to photograph in her garden: a butterfly showing its colors, the last of the purple dahlias, and a white ginger lily.From Louise Witherspoon of Port Haywood, from left: Garlic chives, a late blooming herb; morning glory; rain lily, and gerardia, a wildflower blooming now along local roadsides.Crape myrtle in bloom at the home of Martha Thompson Hudgins of Gloucester.

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