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Camellias and daffodils bloom at the Marvin Brown home at Hayes.Clivia, or Kaffir lily, grown by Judy Moughon of Mathews.
Martha Thompson Hudgins of Gloucester sends photos of a 55-year iris and a new daffodil for her this year named Sailorman.
Daffodils and a hidden wren’s nest, sent by Mary Bourne of Bena.Arlene Tucker of Gloucester picked some beautiful daffodils.
Daffodils surrounding two cherubs in yard of T.W. Wood.Julie Shields of Hayes sends a photo of her neighbor’s flowering tree.
Camellia japonica “Black Magic,” left, and “Dad’s Pink” sent by Lewis Hubbard.
Some photos from Annie Rex of Naxera, from left, Poeticus daffodil, a field that regained strength to bloom “when we forgot to cut the grass” and daffodils sheltered by an ancient pecan tree.
Camellia and daffodils growing at the home of ...
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