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Honeybee on a volunteer sunflower, sent by Cheryl Battle, Bavon.

Black-eyed Susans and lilies from the garden of Ginger Rowe, Gloucester.

Hydrangea and butterfly, submitted by Karen Borja of Gloucester.

Morning miracle at the home of Tom Pinou, Mathews, sent by his neighbor Reed Lawson.

Gazette-Journal editor Charlie Koenig came across this flower fighting its way through the pavement in Mathews C.H.

Coneflowers from the garden beds of Lynn Holt.

Amaryllis, sent by Ann Foster.

Broken color daylilies from Bill DuPaul of Ware Neck.

Colorful calla lilies from Linda Dalgety of Port Haywood.

Cardinal flower from Paula Cullison.

Prolific Mandeville at the home of Janet Clark, Hallieford.

Hydrangeas from Elaine Minnick’s yard in Bena.

Hydrangea and petunias raised from seed, by Joni Neal ...

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