This week we devote extra space to our readers’ photos of Mother Nature in bloom. Beauty is on every hand. Please send your photos to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Becky Morgan’s Yoshino cherry is as large as her house at New Point.
Tulips in bloom from the Altman family, Scott, Tanya, Gavyn and Celestia, of Gloucester.This is Tender Beauty from the garden of Roxanna and Bill Andersen, Hayes.Carrie E. Belvin said daffodils symbolize “God bringing hope and joy to a new season.”
Some beautiful daffodils from Laura Eggleston in Gloucester, Thalia, left, and Tickled Pinkeen.
More beautiful camellias from Lewis Hubbard: “Red Ragland Supreme,” at left, and “Goggy.”
Martha Thompson Hudgins of Gloucester sends a photo of her beautiful Bleeding Heart plant.Eli and Terri Hyman of Cobbs Creek arranged a bouquet of deliciously-scented daffodils.This blooming tulip tree on Cherry Point, Gwynn’s Island, is submitted by Carla Hill.
Reed Lawson writes, “Members of Mathews County Histor...
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