Who can deny the soothing charms of Mother Nature in full bloom? Please send your photos to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wild Columbine awaiting arrival of hummingbirds, sent by Mary Bourne of Bena.Basket on gate from Candy Campbell, Gloucester Point.Four years of birthday orchids from Marian Clements.
Gilbert, the Irish Doodle, enjoys a beautiful spring day among the daffodils; sent by Anne Earman of Dutton.James Eaton of Hallieford sends a photo of fiddlehead ferns popping up.Spring scene in Bena sent by Bill Evans.
Lorapetalum and irises at Lynda Fairchild’s house in Hayes.Full pink display at Wilson Creek Farm, sent by Herbert Fitzgerald.Ginger Rowe’s “Delnashaugh” daffodil blooming in her garden.
A Virginia native azalea in the garden of Gene and Janet Gomez.Davida K. Hall of Gloucester said this transplanted camellia struggled, but this spring, it has come to life.Buttercups in Ware Neck: enjoyed by “two very spoiled puppies” Cooper and Sofie, sent by Beve Hermanson.
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