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Wall of color

Azaleas everywhere, and flowers of all descriptions from cactus to late daffodils to early roses, and more in between, decorate our landscape now. Please send your photos to

Bruce Williams rooted these azaleas about 4 years ago from three-inch cuttings.

Ginger Rowe of Gloucester has daffodils in bloom around the playhouse her grandfather built in 1948.

Cherry blossoms sent by Louise Witherspoon of Port Haywood.

Carpenter bee takes nourishment from a dandelion, photographed by Cheryl Battle of Bavon.

Killian Donahue Clematis blooms with a red azalea at Linda Lee Earl’s home in northern Gloucester.

Beautiful azaleas from the garden at the home of Gene and Janet Gomez.

Butterfly enjoys an azalea at the home of Martha Thompson Hudgins, Gloucester.

Daffodils were still in bloom on Saturday at Walter Reed’s Birthplace. Photo by David Justis.

Disocactus Ackerman II, common name red orchid cactus, sent by Judy Moughon of Mathews.

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