It is March and already winter in Coastal Southeast Georgia is coming to an end. Our winters are short and mild and seldom keep us inside for long, but we still anticipate the return of longer daylight hours and warmer weather. The azaleas are blooming, the red buds have flowered. Daffodils are pushing up now, hyacinths, anemones and poppies blooming. The graceful blooms of dogwoods and wisteria will follow shortly. The yearly exchange of winter birds leaving and summer birds returning has begun. It won’t be long before the quiet winter colors of the marsh transform to verdant green while our beaches swell with spring visitors. It’s good to be in Southeast Coastal Georgia in March.
Below is a recap of February’s posts: