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Spring Days Return
Spring Days Return
Spring Days Return

No darkness, no season can last forever. – Spring Day, BTS Top, a monarch butterfly visits Mexican plum blossoms in the Lindsey yard after the February freeze. Photo by Margaret Lindsey. Far left, amid a ring of frozen leaves, new shoots of society garlic emerge in the Gonzales yard. Photo by Cynthia Gonzales Center, a new lettuce plant, blanketed by snow during freeze, grows in the Rodriguez garden. Photo by Nancy Rodriguez

Spring Days Return

The frozen pond in the Reagan yard looked like a landscape disaster. Photo by Maggie Reagan

Spring Days Return

Sapling peach trees, sheltered in Peralez’s garden shed during freeze sent our new leaves. Photo by Charles Peralez

Spring Days Return

According to redbuds and other flowering trees, spring is here, even after ferocious February weather stressed plants with prolonged freezing temperatures. This April, the Spring Lake Garden Club celebrates a collective yard of the month, featuring photos from San Marcos yards that survived “Snovid 2021.” Margaret Lindsey sent a photograph with ...

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