Golfview Adult Home residents (from left) Darlene Gorham, Daryl Finley, Lorne and Eleanore Blair have an extensive array of flowers to view while living at the Everett adult care home. (Ian Terry / The Herald)

Here’s what’s up at this flower-power house in Everett

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The moon is visible in the background as a multitude of migratory Vaux’s swifts flock to roost for the night inside a brick chimney at Chapman Elementary School in Portland, Oregon, on Sept. 13, 2016. (Don Ryan/AP file)
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Ian Terry / The Herald Mikaelin Hann, 6, of Everett, gives a gigantic Ironman toy a playful kick during the grand opening of Funko in downtown Everett on Saturday, Aug. 19. Photo taken on 08192017
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