Our readers continue to find “a spot of happiness” as Katherine Mazzocca (far left) termed her submission. Gray January days cannot suppress the beauties of Mother Nature. Please send your photos to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Rebecca Slater’s orchid decided to greet 2021 with a beautiful bloom.An early blooming Daffodil sent by Cindy Sorensen of Gloucester.
Weeping ilex x attenuate, a holly, left, and Yaupon holly, ilex vomitoria, sent by Alexander Wilson of Moon.
From Julie Shields of Hayes: Rose hips on the hiking trail at Beaverdam Park; cattails at Woodville Park.
Louise Witherspoon of Port Haywood sents these photos, from left: arum italica, which stays green all winter, hellebore, also known as Christmas rose, and rosemary in bloom.
A last look at Christmas, from left, reindeer in Ginger Rowe’s yard in Gloucester; the Christmas mantel over the gas log fireplace that has kept Emily Bohannon of Gloucester and her family toasty over the holidays; Lisa Deaton’s Christ...
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