The trees are fully green, the grass is growing, and flowers of every shape and color are in bloom. We thank our readers for continuing to send photographs of their beauties. They cheer our days. Please send photos of your floral beauties to email@example.com
Old Blush garden rose by Susan Camp of Hayes.
Patricia Daniels of New Point grew this unusual iris.
A Rosie Riveter rose blooms at Carolyn Hoover’s home in Hayes.
Martha Thompson Hudgins of White Marsh said her amaryllis are blooming very early this year.
Yellow lady’s slipper orchid blooming in the Gloucester garden of Rose Sullivan.
Pyracantha on split rail fence at Church of the Nazarene in Hudgins, sent by Pastor Dave McKnight.
April showers bring May Night Salvia and possibly an American Lady butterfly, sent by Leslie Belvin of Hayes.
A beautiful border; photo by Ra Davenport of Mathews (sent in by Claude Davenport).
Cooper in the garden at Ware Neck by Beve Hermanson.
Azaleas bloom ...
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