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Spiders can be beautiful

And so can everything else found in the garden. A correction on last week’s butterfly, not a pipevine but a black female swallowtail, according to butterfly counter Susan Crockett. Please send your photos to

A black and yellow garden spider lives in Sid Dugas’s backyard in Hayes.

Elephant Ear, sent by Angela Justice of Mathews.

“Garden Party,” among many roses from Yana Hare’s garden in Hayes.

Cockscomb in the garden of Charles and Jean Ingram of Mathews.

Dahlia in the yard of Ginger Rowe, Gloucester.

“Pink Ecuador” Angel’s Trumpet grows at the home of Helen Herring, Harcum.

Hummingbird moth on verbena, sent by Kim Brown of Gloucester.

“Sweet Autumn Clematis” grown by Martha Frame at “Hopeful” in Cobbs Creek.

Davida K. Hall of Gloucester has a volunteer sunflower, “Moon & Stars” watermelon and a gourd, all refreshed after recent rainfall.

Linda Dalgety of Port Haywood is on the road, and took a photo of The Corn Palace ...

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