Winter seems endless sometimes, but the appearance of daffodils and snowdrops reassures us that it will not last forever. Please send your photos to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Barbara Chillemi of Mathews sends her Lenten Rose, so named because it blooms around Ash Wednesday, which is Feb. 22 this year.
In bloom: “Rijnveld’s Early Sensation” at the home of Cheryl Battle, Bavon.
Linda Tjossem found this daffodil blooming alongside Route 17 at the vacant site of the old Page Middle School.
Rosemary and snow drops in bloom, sent by Louise Witherspoon of Port Haywood.
Lonely picnic table in Onemo waiting for spring, sent by Arlene Connelly.
Abundant paperwhites cheer the home of Ginger Rowe, Gloucester.
Camellia japonica Governor Mouton, sent by Lewis Hubbard of Cardinal.
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