Colonial Williamsburg was the site of the Herb Society conference in May 2015. Daily reenactments were amazing, realistic, and inspiring.

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People all along┬áDuke of Gloucester Street dress in colonial outfits and “play the part” in shops and in the street, which is not open to cars.

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A reading of the Declaration of Independence happens everyday to the crowd of tourists and local “Colonial” people.

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Foxglove grows beautifully in Williamsburg and appears in several colors and varieties.

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