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Orchids are blooming at the home of Linda Lee Earl in north Gloucester.
Sue Henshaw of Cobbs Creek has a habit of buying dying orchids and rehabilitating them. It may take years but it is always fun to see what that first surprise bloom looks like, she said.Lila Youkeles enjoys looking at these hydrangeas as she turns into Ware Neck.
A 52-year-old azalea has blooms in January. Sent by Martha Thompson Hudgins of Gloucester.Early bloomer sent by Jackie King of Achilles.
Orchid from Deanna Montanio and Ruth Smallwood of Gloucester. It perks up Dee’s home office.
Alexander Wilson of Moon sends seasonal photos, from left, the holly “Cherry Bomb,” winter pine, and Fatsia “Spiderweb.”
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