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Bring on spring

While many people are still enjoying their winter blooms, residents are also finding daffodils and other spring beauties in their yards. It cannot come soon enough. Please send your photos to

Lewis Hubbard sends Camellia japonica “Tami-no-ura.”Jill Moughon of Williamsburg (a Mathews County native) is very proud of the daffodils blooming on her patio.“Daffodils are blooming in spite of severe cold and tons of rain. They make me happy,” said Martha Thompson Hudgins of Gloucester, who sent this.Daffodils at Port Haywood Post Office, and below.Sue Henshaw of Cobbs Creek writes, “Watching orchids open inside helps beat the winter blues, until we can get outside again.”African violets carefully tended by Mary B. Soles of Lynchburg, a Gloucester County native.Deb Woodward sends a photo of “some of my African Violets enjoying a sunny day.”“What on earth … is this weird thing?” asked Larry Sherertz. “We found it growing on the underside of an ivy leaf. Looked like...

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