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How does your spring grow?

May 8, 2015

This spring, we’ve been bringing you a series of blogs on gardens in the North of Boston region (click here for part 1 and here for part 2).  Today, we decided to give you a “live” glimpse into spring in the North of Boston region, courtesy of some fantastic Facebook pages (follow the links below and give them a follow!). The way things are looking now, we’re in for a colorful spring and summer!

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Tulips at the House of the 7 Gables, Salem. Via www.facebook.com/7gables

Blossoms at Marini Farm, Ipswich. Via www.facebook.com/marinifarm

Blossoms at Marini Farm, Ipswich. Via www.facebook.com/marinifarm 

 

Blooming peach trees at Cider Hill Farm, Amesbury

Blooming peach trees at Cider Hill Farm, Amesbury. Via www.facebook.com/ciderhillfarm01913

 

BearskinNeck.net - Daffodils at Waring Field, Rockport. Via

BearskinNeck.net – Daffodils at Waring Field, Rockport. Via www.facebook.com/bearskinneck

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Ssockapella – Dogwood at Salem State University. Via www.facebook.com/SSockapella

 

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