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Shannon Scott-Vernaglia’s Hellebores are popping up in her garden. COURTESY PHOTO/SHANNON SCOTT-VERNAGLIA

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Hey, Winchester, it’s spring! And that means warm days, birds singing, trees budding and of course, gardens and gorgeous flowers.

The flowers are in bloom at Charlene Band’s house. COURTESY PHOTO/CHARLENE BAND

We recently asked local gardeners Charlene Band and Shannon Scott-Vernaglia to send us a few photos of how their gardens look at the moment. We would love it if you would also share your gardening photos with us.

Just send your photos to us at editor@winchesternews.org and write GARDEN PHOTOS in the subject line. We will continue to publish them as they come in!

Spring is in bloom in Winchester. Send us your garden photos, like this one taken by Charlene Band. COURTESY PHOTO/CHARLENE BAND

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