Press "Enter" to skip to content

Fall blooms

The warm sunny days continue to bring blooms to our landscape. Please send your photos to

Reblooming Iris at the home of Martha Thompson Hudgins of Gloucester. She said, “It is so lovely to see.”Spider lilies grown at Port Haywood by Louise Witherspoon.Cindy Thomas of Gloucester sends a photo of her night-blooming cereus, which originally belonged to her grandmother, Susan Marguerite Ferguson.Rosemary Eaton grew this Blue Salvia in Hallieford.Becky Jenkins of Hayes grew begonias in a strawberry pot.Ginger Rowe at Gloucester Court House writes, “These spider lilies surprise me every fall with their blooms.”Arlene Tucker of Gloucester has a trellis covered in red cardinal vine, with woodland daisy in the foreground.Bill Thomas shows that the chrysanthemums are now blooming at his home on Main Street, Gloucester.Photo by Lewis Hubbard sent camellia sasanqua, Showa-No-Sakae, which bloomed in his yard on Monday.A dahlia blooms at the home of Phyllis Robins in ...

To view the rest of this article, you must log in. If you do not have an account with us, please subscribe here.