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The flowering faces of spring: all different, all beautiful

In the flower garden, in the border around the house, in the woods, and alongside the ditches, the flowers of spring are blooming in every color and form. Our readers continue to brighten our weeks with their photos as the coronavirus cloud remains stubbornly parked over our daily lives. Please keep sending your photos to Everyone loves them.

Amaryllis blooms in Phyllis Robins’s yard in Gloucester.

Eany Oh of Achilles shared this image of a perfect rose.

Beth Bunting of Wicomico moved this peony from the yard of her mother, Connee Sutton.

Bumblebee in azalea, by Mary Bourne of Bena.

Lady Slipper, by Mary Whitley of Mathews.

A neighbor’s gate, by Nancy Layng of North.

Horse chestnut tree at Northpoint, home of Carter and Nancy Richardson. The tree was one foot tall when Carter planted it over 25 years ago.

Columbine from the garden of Juli and Joe Semanski of Gloucester.

Mountain laurel in front of the home of Van McComas of Glouces...

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