Roger Guffey's Lexington garden features too many plant varieties to count. Hollyhocks surround the shed in the back yard, which has become mostly garden over the years and very little yard.
Roger Guffey's Lexington garden features too many plant varieties to count. Hollyhocks surround the shed in the back yard, which has become mostly garden over the years and very little yard. by Mary Meehan
Roger Guffey's Lexington garden features too many plant varieties to count. Hollyhocks surround the shed in the back yard, which has become mostly garden over the years and very little yard. by Mary Meehan

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