We first ran a panel of flower photos on March 26, having asked readers for images of their daffodils to make up in a small way for cancellation of the Gloucester Daffodil Festival due to COVID-19. The virus continues, and the flowers keep blooming deep into summer. We are grateful for your help in brightening a gloomy year. Please send your flower photos to firstname.lastname@example.org.
A Juniper Hairstreak finds a meal on Bath’s Pink Dianthus at the home of Jan and Shawn Towne of Onemo.Lilies bloom beautifully at Abingdon Episcopal Church in White Marsh.
A sunflower in Garnett and Elliott Rowe’s garden in Mathews.A burgundy hisbiscus blooms in the garden of Phyllis Robins of Gloucester.
Angel trumpet blooms at the home of Jim and Pam Brant of Gloucester.“Sedum and Mandeville make a great pair,” said Linda Lee of Gloucester.
Fungal growth in Martha Thompson Hudgins’s flower bed in Gloucester “looks like an ear. Amazing when we take time to really see nature,.” she said.Pursl...
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