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Seeing change

No doubt about it: cold nights have changed the scenery, while some blooms hang on. Please send your photos to editor@gazettejournal.net.

Cold weather brings frost on the ground, sugar snap peas and white fluffy seeds onNative Saltbush, from Cheryl Battle of Bavon.

Before the frost: Final impatiens at the home of Ginger Rowe, Gloucester.

Fall white camellia from John Lee Callis of Grimstead.

Autumn Rocker, Mini-no-Yuke, Sea at Sunset and William Lanier Hunt, from left: Camellia sasanquas grown by Lewis Hubbard of Cardinal.

Native plants from Louise Witherspoon of Port Haywood, from left: turtlehead (chelone) blooming now, and pokeweed berries, autumn food source for birds.

Angel Trumpet before first frost at the home of Dian Clawson, Gwynn’s Island.

American Bald Cypress in full color, fall orange at Dave and Judy Sterling’s home in Naxera.

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