The atmosphere in January is not all gray and cold. Indoors and out, nature provides us something beautiful to enjoy. Please send your photos to email@example.com.
A 70+ year old camellia blooms in January; sent by Mary Bourne of Bena.Julie Shields of Hayes sends a photo of her husband’s indoor garden at the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.
An early daffodil and a camellia at the Gloucester home of Dottie Hogge.
Pia Pretzman of Hayes sends an early sign of spring.Brenda Davis of Bena is enjoying a majestic amaryllis.
Alexander Wilson of Moon sends, from left, nandina cultivars obsession, Flirt, and Lemon Lime; and holly cornuta “D’or”; and Mahonia.
Louise Witherspoon of Port Haywood photographed buttercups and nandina growing along Glebe Road in Mathews.
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