Spring is in bloom in New Jersey


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  • Natalie Burger of Branchville and Hidden Pastures Farm demonstrates with Latte' an English Angora Rabbit how to harvest the fibers and spin it into angora fleece.




  • Potted plants.




  • Zachary Bose of Lafayette plants a seedling at Springfest.




  • Nicki McManus of Wantage samples some gourmet jellies on a Ritz at Springfest.




  • Flowers adorn a tree trunk.




  • A unique garden display.




  • Scenes around Springfest 2014.



The first day of Springfest was packed with visitors from all areas that are ready for spring to arrive. The festival was held at the Sussex County Fairgrounds in Augusta over this past weekend.

New products, blooming plants in an array of colors, waterfalls and landscapes offering ideas for locals to incorporate in their backyard projects this year.

— Photos by Gale Miko





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