Jonquils are rampantly bursting out in bloom on Punkintown Nature Preserve, an 85-acre property donated to Douglas County by Southeastern Trust for Parks and Land for a passive park. Remnants of a chimney from an old home place on the property is surrounded by hundreds of the vivid yellow late winter flower that are prolific in Georgia.

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Cstack

I love this. Too bad the "passive nature park" planned by the county will destroy all of the Jonquils in the area, as the county plans to grade all of this and cover it will a paved parking lot and tear down the old homestead chimney to put up a picnic pavilion.
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