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Warm. And cool.

As warm as a summer day are the reds, oranges and yellows of summer flowers. Blooms in white, pink and blue cool our fevered brows. Please send your flower photos to

Sandra Byrd of Sawgrasse Point, Hayes, sent this photo of her backyard garden.

White clematis grown by Edna Bauer in Gloucester.

Reed Lawson of Mathews enjoys her bed of lilium lancifolium.

Rose mallow hibiscus at home of Dave and Judy Sterling.

“It’s fun to go out after dark to enjoy this flower,” wrote Kristina Long of Mathews.

Rick and Kathy Shater of Port Haywood grew this beautiful lily.

Elaine Minnick grows this trumpet plant, also called Gabriel’s Trumpet, at her home in Bena. She said it blooms at night, folds up during the day, and has a wonderful fragrance.

Bright and bold flowers grown by Bruce and Janet Parmiter in Guinea.

Patriotic blooms picked by Ayesha Yousuf in Mathews County.

“I cut off the top of a pineapple last year and left it in water over the...

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