Richmond, Virginia metro area. Teckelcar tells us about this snowy image: “The picture was taken Feb. 19th 2012 during the snow storm that swept through the Mid-Atlantic. I love pictures of flowers in the snow and I almost didn’t get any this year, this was our first snow of the season and most likely last.”
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Photographer cbonney tells us about this February 16 photo: It was taken in the woodland garden on my house in Virginia Beach, Va. We’re in something of an unusual place for gardening. We’re just about three miles in from the Atlantic Ocean and about as far south of the mouth of the Chesapeake Bay. This gives us a gardening climate more akin to the middle south than the region just to the west of us.
We love this photo and the story to go with it – read the story at cbonney’s blog here.
Copyright 2010 Beth Monroe
Spring has arrived at Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden in Richmond, Virginia. The LGBG tells us: This photo shows the first of many daffodil blooms at Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden in Richmond, Virginia. A Million Blooms, which begins on April 1 and runs through June 5, 2010, features a spectacular succession of beautiful blooms including daffodils, cherry blossoms, tulips, irises, roses, peonies, and more.
Here is information about the Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden, from our website Daffodil Festivals Fields and Gardens 2010.