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Flower power

The gardening prowess of residents on Dalhousie Street is obvious in this explosion of colour from flowers in garden beds and window boxes on a house facing Beach Drive. - Don Denton/News staff
The gardening prowess of residents on Dalhousie Street is obvious in this explosion of colour from flowers in garden beds and window boxes on a house facing Beach Drive.
— image credit: Don Denton/News staff

 

The gardening prowess of residents on Dalhousie Street is obvious in this explosion of colour from flowers in garden beds and window boxes on a house facing Beach Drive.

 

 

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