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Amaryllis in Janet Clark’s garden in Hallieford.Mary Kathryn Diggs of Port Haywood sends a photo of peonies her mother planted a few years back with iris complements.Vincent and Cathy Dixon’s yard in Holly Springs subdivision, Gloucester, is in full bloom.Candy Apple Amaryllis grown by Martha Thompson Hudgins of Gloucester.Achillea Coronation Gold sent by Joan Keith.Azaleas in three colors grown by Janet and Dave Kyle.Mountain laurel blooming at the home of Linda Lee in northern Gloucester.Calibrachoa second year blooms given by dear friends to Kathy and Jim Phillips of Gloucester.Bill and Joan Wallace of Gloucester have trained their seven-year-old mountain laurel as bonsai.New blooms at the home of the Potts on Sarah Creek, Gloucester.Julie Shields of Hayes said, “Who knew a potato plant had such a pretty flower?”Ginger Rowe of Gloucester sent a phot...

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