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Cape Coral resident Wilson Revehl plants a bald cypress tree near the intersection of Summerlin Road and Gladiolus Drive on Saturday, July 31, 2010 in Fort Myers. Twenty-two volunteers, Florida Division of Forestry and Lee County Department of Transportation employees planted over 80 native plants and shrubs at the location as part of an ongoing beautification project of the urban areas of Lee County. David Albers/Staff

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Cape Coral resident Wilson Revehl plants a bald cypress tree near the intersection of Summerlin Road and Gladiolus Drive on Saturday, July 31, 2010 in Fort Myers. Twenty-two volunteers, Florida Division of Forestry and Lee County Department of Transportation employees planted over 80 native plants and shrubs at the location as part of an ongoing beautification project of the urban areas of Lee County. David Albers/Staff

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  • Cape Coral resident Wilson Revehl plants a bald cypress tree near the intersection of Summerlin Road and Gladiolus Drive on Saturday, July 31, 2010 in Fort Myers. Twenty-two volunteers, Florida Division of Forestry and Lee County Department of Transportation employees planted over 80 native plants and shrubs at the location as part of an ongoing beautification project of the urban areas of Lee County. David Albers/Staff
  • From left, Mackenzie Cash, 7, Makayla Cash, 5, Florida Division of Forestry senior ranger Mike Weston, and Madison Cash, 8, plant a slash pine tree near the intersection of Summerlin Road and Gladiolus Drive on Saturday, July 31, 2010 in Fort Myers. Twenty-two volunteers, Florida Division of Forestry and Lee County Department of Transportation employees planted over 80 native plants and shrubs at the location as part of an ongoing beautification project of the urban areas of Lee County. David Albers/Staff
  • Olga resident Andy Tilton, a civil engineer with Johnson Engineering, packs up supplies as volunteers finish a tree planting session near the intersection of Summerlin Road and Gladiolus Drive on Saturday, July 31, 2010 in Fort Myers. Twenty-two volunteers, Florida Division of Forestry and Lee County Department of Transportation employees planted over 80 native plants and shrubs at the location as part of an ongoing beautification project of the urban areas of Lee County. David Albers/Staff
  • Five-year-old Makayla Cash, of Cape Coral, shows off her dirty hands while volunteering to plant trees near the intersection of Summerlin Road and Gladiolus Drive on Saturday, July 31, 2010 in Fort Myers. Twenty-two volunteers, Florida Division of Forestry and Lee County Department of Transportation employees planted over 80 native plants and shrubs at the location as part of an ongoing beautification project of the urban areas of Lee County. David Albers/Staff
  • Fort Myers resident Glen Hildebrand, 82, plants a bald cypress tree near the intersection of Summerlin Road and Gladiolus Drive on Saturday, July 31, 2010 in Fort Myers. Twenty-two volunteers, Florida Division of Forestry and Lee County Department of Transportation employees planted over 80 native plants and shrubs at the location as part of an ongoing beautification project of the urban areas of Lee County. David Albers/Staff
  • Cape Coral resident Manny Vasile laughs with his fellow volunteers as he spreads mulch around trees being planted near the intersection of Summerlin Road and Gladiolus Drive on Saturday, July 31, 2010 in Fort Myers. Twenty-two volunteers, Florida Division of Forestry and Lee County Department of Transportation employees planted over 80 native plants and shrubs at the location as part of an ongoing beautification project of the urban areas of Lee County. David Albers/Staff
  • Olga resident Andy Tilton, a civil engineer with Johnson Engineering, plants a slash pine tree near the intersection of Summerlin Road and Gladiolus Drive on Saturday, July 31, 2010 in Fort Myers. Twenty-two volunteers, Florida Division of Forestry and Lee County Department of Transportation employees planted over 80 native plants and shrubs at the location as part of an ongoing beautification project of the urban areas of Lee County. David Albers/Staff
  • Twenty-two volunteers, Florida Division of Forestry and Lee County Department of Transportation employees planted over 80 native plants and shrubs at the location as part of an ongoing beautification project of the urban areas of Lee County. David Albers/Staff
  • Fort Myers resident Glen Hildebrand, 82, plants a bald cypress tree near the intersection of Summerlin Road and Gladiolus Drive on Saturday, July 31, 2010 in Fort Myers. Twenty-two volunteers, Florida Division of Forestry and Lee County Department of Transportation employees planted over 80 native plants and shrubs at the location as part of an ongoing beautification project of the urban areas of Lee County. David Albers/Staff
  • Florida Division of Forestry ranger Clark Ryals spreads mulch around trees and shrubs planted near the intersection of Summerlin Road and Gladiolus Drive on Saturday, July 31, 2010 in Fort Myers. Twenty-two volunteers, Florida Division of Forestry and Lee County Department of Transportation employees planted over 80 native plants and shrubs at the location as part of an ongoing beautification project of the urban areas of Lee County. David Albers/Staff

Volunteers planted over 80 trees and shrubs to help beautify the intersection at Summerlin Road and Gladiolus Drive as part of an ongoing beautification project in Lee County.

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