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When daffodils abound…

Can spring be far behind? As a new season approaches, some signs of winter hang on. Please send your photos to

Crocus and Ice Follies daffodils, sent by Cheryl Battle of Bavon.

Bob Waldrop got a photo of “Who’s coming to dinner?” featuring a bald eagle and a buzzard.

Linda Tjossem photographed daffodils planted by the Gloucester Daffodil Club at the entrance of the Gloucester Animal Control Shelter, in full bloom. The bulbs were donated to memorialize a wonderful dog named Luvie, who was rescued from the facility by a local resident.

Daffodils and Lenten Rose blooming in Linda Dalgety’s yard in Port Haywood.

This Poinsettia has been beautiful since November in Ginger Rowe’s home in Gloucester.

Donna Frantz of Susan sends a photo of wild daffodils picked from the forest near her house.

Camella japonicas, white and Rose Hill red, from Lewis Hubbard of Cardinal.

Early Hibiscus daffodil and...

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