Colors are everywhere; the cold weather has not yet defeated Mother Nature. Please send your photos to email@example.com.
Susan and Jim Camp of Hayes are enjoying this dwarf Japanese maple.
Beautiful trees in the yard of Ginger Rowe, Gloucester.
A late blooming toad lily, sent in by Nancy Cartwright of Mathews.
Galoris “Gee” Brownley of Port Haywood sends a “volunteer” sunflower that grew from spilled bird seeds.
The camellia is from Bill Evans’s home in York River Farms, Bena.
Camellia hybrid Cinnamon Scentsation and Camellia sasanqua Yume, sent by Lewis Hubbard of Cardinal.
Martha Thompson Hudgins of Gloucester has Thankgiving cactus, just in time.
Cathy Sterling Lambert of Hayes is so pleased that her candelabra hydrangea is still in bloom.
Scarlet sage still blooming; sent by Louise Witherspoon, Port Haywood.
Potpourri from Julie Shields of Hayes, from left: sweet-smelling ginger; fall color across the street from Abingdon Elementary School...
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