In the depths of a Maine winter, with temperatures below freezing for weeks and feet of snow blanketing the land, it seems impossible that something as delicate as flowers could survive. And then spring comes, slow at first and then with an explosion of color. Trilliums and ladyslippers in the Maine forests and then the non-native, but iconic lupins along the roadsides. Gardens are a riot of color from June until September when the asters put on the final show along the roadsides.
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Music for the Slideshow is from the album Keeping the Fire by Hawk Henries