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KHQ.COM - Well now that spring is almost over and summer is right around the corner with the official start date of summer being June 21st, flowers and gardens everywhere are in full bloom.

We wanted to take a moment to appreciate the beauty of the outdoors and flowers and plants that make it so pretty!

If you have a beautiful garden or even just a few pretty little plants, snap a shot and send us a photo so we can add it to our slideshow! Send your pictures to Pix@khq.com or post them to our Facebook wall!

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