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Red, blue and…Bigfoot? Really?

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Pink mini roses are in bloom in the Carl and Edna Bauer garden in Gloucester.

Rose ready to bloom, sent by Davida K. Hall of Gloucester.

Lavender Rose grown by Martha Thompson Hudgins, Gloucester.

Asiatic lily photographed by Cheryl Battle of Bavon.

Heidi Hurst of North sends the scarlet red celosia argentea, commonly known as cock’s comb.

Hydrangeas at the home of Wayne and Susan Daniel, Gloucester Point.

Judy Moughon of Mathews is a master of hydrangeas. This is one of her many varieties.

Gracen Moe with snowcone canna “Pretoria” at the Hudgins home of her grandparents Alan and Marcia Moe

Hydrangeas at the home Carrie Spencer, Gloucester.

Snowballs in June at Wilson Creek Farm, sent by Herbert Fitzgerald.

Lilies blooming at the home of Richard and Bonnie French, Gloucester.

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