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Goodbye, hello

Goodbye to the floral beauties of 2021 that lasted until the cold. Hello 2022. What will appear? Please send your photos to

Cheryl Battle of Bavon went out on a warm day in December and found a monarch butterfly on a camellia, and a honeybee on a sugar snap pea.

Tracey Crowder of Gloucester has some amaryllis bulbs and gerbera daisies in bloom.

Pyracantha is in full bloom on the split rail fence at Church of the Nazarene, Hudgins, sent by Pastor Dave McKnight.Jamie Moore of Gloucester had roses in December, looking as perfect as they did in summer.Judy Moughon of Mathews has enjoyed blooms from this cactus for more than 30 years.

Brenda Davis from Bena sends photos of her Christmas cactus, still blooming, and her coleus which overwinter beautifully.

Louise Witherspoon of Port Haywood sends her decorative late-season plants, from left: rosemary, dianthus and nandina.

Cheryl Slavnik of Gloucester found roses in bloom in the warm weather that ...

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