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Can you feel spring coming?

While indoor bloomers continue to delight us, we can’t help but watch the unfolding display of color outdoors. Please send your photos to

What says “spring” more than daffodils? These are at the home of John Lee Callis on Gwynn’s Island.

Larry Sherertz of Hayes sent this photo of his wife Meg’s fragrant variegated winter Daphne, a late-winter bloomer.

This pink Rosetta amaryllis at the home of Ginger Rowe, Gloucester, is in full bloom.

Camellia ‘Mino No Yuki’ and a Chaenomeles x superba ‘Jet Trail’ (Japanese Quince), sent by Dean Marzocca of Gloucester.

Daffodil and hyacinths at the Port Haywood Post Office; pansies at Country Cuts in Hudgins; and Ipheion or star flower, a spring bloomer that likes to grow in the lawn, sent by Louise Witherspoon of Port Haywood.

Rare English Dogwood now blooming at the home of Pat and Paul Rawls in Foster.

Royal Star Magnolia in full bloom, sent by Lynda Alexander of Cobbs Creek.


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