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Reader-submitted garden photos

Nov. 9, 2013
 
What are these exotic-looking beauties? They're peacock orchids, and they're actually a member of the gladiola family. They're late bloomers, starting in mid-August, and Connie Kriescher of Oconto Falls said hers were still going strong into October.
What are these exotic-looking beauties? They're peacock orchids, and they're actually a member of the gladiola family. They're late bloomers, starting in mid-August, and Connie Kriescher of Oconto Falls said hers were still going strong into October. / Submitted
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In honor of Veterans Day on Monday, it seemed fitting to feature this creative and patriotic planter from Mary K. Bishop, who wrote on Oct. 14: 'One month from today, the man who wore these boots is coming home safe from Afghanistan. Thank you for all the support, Green Bay friends.'' / Submitted

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