Flowers before full light

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This “blooming boulevard” contains several of the most common Longfellow flowers, milkweed, Virginia Bluebells, Rudbeckia, and Daylilies. All are older heritage varieties, commonly planted 100 years ago. The colors really “pop” in the minutes before the sun is fully risen.

Photo: Jane Strauss

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