Late July brings a lot of garden wonders, including a mystery plant, at right. Occasional rain is keeping the flowers in bloom and the grass green. Please send your photos to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cleomes in the garden of Bobby and Robin Fisher of Hayes.Florace Arnold of Hayes is enjoying the first-time blooms on the succulents that she has had for years.Jerry Pate has an unknown volunteer in his iris bed in Port Haywood…Could it be Jack’s Bean Stalk? If you know, please send your answer to email@example.com.Joanne Brown sends a photo of Elephant Ear.This is the seed stalk of Arum lily. Louise Witherspoon of Port Haywood said the leaves disappear in summer and emerge in fall and last through winter.Christy Brown of Hudgins sends a photo of swamp roses in her neighborhood.
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