We have happily featured photographs of your flowers in this space since late March, when daffodils were in full bloom and the pandemic was beginning to close down normal activities. We are amazed that people still have lovely flowers, but realize that frost is coming and the blooms will go away. So, we invite you to continue helping us tell the world what is going on in your yard: carved pumpkins, fall scenes, Christmas lights … etc. This is your space while the pandemic continues. Please send your photos to email@example.com. We will use as many as we can.
Fall roses in bloom at the home of Barry and Debbie Morgan of Hudgins.
These wax begonias at the home of Martha Thompson Hudgins of Gloucester are volunteers, thriving under the warm and moist combination of the dryer vent and a spigot.
Muhly grass, also called Muhlenbergia capillaris, decorates the driveway of Pat Daniels and Mike Rohde of New Point.
A bloom at the home of Robert Southard and Crystal Dyess in ...
To view the rest of this article, you must log in. If you do not have an account with us, please subscribe here.