We started this feature in 2020 when Covid-19 forced cancellation of the Gloucester Daffodil Festival. Readers have kept it going. Shall we continue? Please let us know by sending your photos to firstname.lastname@example.org.
In honor of the first full Gloucester Daffodil Festival since 2019, we run these photos of daffodils on Main Street, Gloucester, submitted by Lila Youkeles of Ware Neck.
Spring brings a weeping cherry tree and daffodils, sent by Lisa Carmine of Clay Bank.
A bouquet from Judy Moughon of Mathews: a double daffodil called butter and egg; camellia japonica Betty Sheffield Blush and another camellia of unknown name, finally Clivia, which originated in Africa.
Daffodils, tulips, and much more in bloom! “Don’t you just love spring?” asks Karen Borja of Gloucester.
A bumblebee finds a narcissus, and an interesting fact about redbud blossoms, which look like hummingbirds. Louise Witherspoon of ...
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