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Bloom time: Share your photos

It sometimes feels as if it happens overnight: Forsythia, flowering pears, tulips, daffodils and more burst into bloom after a long winter and a cold, rainy spring.

Yes, crocuses could be seen sprinkled with snow in April, but it really wasn’t until early May that the big blossom party began.

Spring. Finally spring.

Buffalo News photographers recently captured some of the magnificent blooms throughout Western New York - from white-covered plum trees in Gasport to pink weeping cherries on a residential street in Buffalo. Click on the link at right to see the gallery.

Now we want to see photos of local spring flowers, shrubs and trees you have taken this season for another online photo gallery. Tell us who took the photo, the type of plant and its location (town, etc.) Please send them to

It's time to celebrate spring.

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