Spring begins Monday. It’s safe to say almost every living thing is ready for a new season. Please send your photos to email@example.com.
Old home place daffodils, sent by Mary Bourne of Bena.
Crocuses in full bloom, sent by Linda Dalgety of Port Haywood.
Joy Schuh of Dutton has a message for the arrival of spring.
Periwinkle growing in the woods at the home of Donna Frantz of Susan.
Larry Sherertz saw a brown pelican perched on a mooring pole in Timberneck Creek on Friday.
The Kieffer Pear in bloom, sent by David L. Justis, MD, of Hayes.
Beautiful violet grown by Ginger Rowe of Gloucester.
Magnolia behind Mathews Memorial Library, sent by Louise Witherspoon, Port Haywood.
Camellia Japonica Margaret Davis, Black Magic and Red Ragland, sent by Lewis Hubbard of Cardinal.
Bradford Pear trees at the home of Jerry and Gay Johnson in Naxera, submitted by Judy Sterling.
Daffodils grown by Martha Thompson Hudgins of Gloucester.
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