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Change is in the air

Residents are still enjoying their indoor blooms and finding cold weather outdoors, but some early spring flowers are also making a welcome appearance. Please send your photos to

Amaryllis blooming in the home of Gene and Janet Gomez, and at right, their shrub Daphne which blooms in late winter with “the most delightful scent.”

Camellia japonica hybrid “Crimson Candles,” sent by Lewis Hubbard.Orchid blooming in the home of Judy and Milton Hudgins of Hayes.

Hyacinth at the home of Marcia Moe, Redart, prompts dreams of spring.Daffodils are blooming at the entrance to Ware Neck, regardless of rain, snow or ice; sent by Tim Thompson.

Tiny Veronica—considered a weed, but any plant that blooms in January is a treasure; and windowsill geranium and miniature cyclamen at the Port Haywood home of Louise Witherspoon.

Bonnie Veaner of Hayes photographed ice on Pigeon Hill Road in Hayes last Wednesday, Feb. 17, and the crocuses on Frederick Drive…winter ch...

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