2021 First-Class Forever Stamps,Garden Beauty

# 5558-67 - 2021 First-Class Forever Stamps - Garden Beauty

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US #5558-67
2021 Garden Beauty

  • Pictures 10 different flowers found in gardens across America


Stamp Category: 
Definitive
Value:  55¢ First Class Mail Rate (Forever)
First Day of Issue:  February 23, 2021
First Day City:  Bloomfield, Indiana
Quantity Issued:  600,000,000
Printed by:  Banknote Corporation of America
Printing Method:  Offset
Format:  Booklets of 20
Tagging:  Phosphor tagged paper, block tag

Why the stamps were issued:  To celebrate America’s love of flowers and gardens.

About the stamp designs:  Each of the 10 designs pictures an image of a different flower taken by photographer Allen Rokach.

First Day City:  First Day of Issue Ceremony held in Bloomfield, Indiana.

History the stamp represents:  One of the best parts of welcoming spring is looking forward to enjoying the outdoors again.  After a cold, wet winter, it feels wonderful to get out and soak in the warm sunshine.  And, of course, admiring all the beautiful flowers starting to poke their way through the ground.

In 2021, the USPS anticipated the arrival of spring with a new set of 10 Forever stamps honoring Garden Beauty.  Each design pictures a different flower, with two species pictured twice.  The blooms on the stamp are a flowering dogwood, tulip (shown twice), Allium, moth orchid (shown twice), dahlia, American lotus, Asiatic lily, and sacred lotus.  Some of these flowers are native to North America, while others made there way here from across the globe.  Wherever they came from, today, they are some of the most popular species found in American gardens.

Flower gardens are fun to grow for many reasons.  They fill your backyard with color and make for a lovely place to enjoy nature.  They also support pollinators like bees and butterflies.  If you have a fruit or vegetable garden nearby, more pollinators will help it thrive.  It can also be fun picking out the species you want to include in your garden.  Since different species bloom at different times, you can plan it so there will be flowers all the time.  And who wouldn’t enjoy picking a fresh bouquet anytime they like?!

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US #5558-67
2021 Garden Beauty

  • Pictures 10 different flowers found in gardens across America


Stamp Category: 
Definitive
Value:  55¢ First Class Mail Rate (Forever)
First Day of Issue:  February 23, 2021
First Day City:  Bloomfield, Indiana
Quantity Issued:  600,000,000
Printed by:  Banknote Corporation of America
Printing Method:  Offset
Format:  Booklets of 20
Tagging:  Phosphor tagged paper, block tag

Why the stamps were issued:  To celebrate America’s love of flowers and gardens.

About the stamp designs:  Each of the 10 designs pictures an image of a different flower taken by photographer Allen Rokach.

First Day City:  First Day of Issue Ceremony held in Bloomfield, Indiana.

History the stamp represents:  One of the best parts of welcoming spring is looking forward to enjoying the outdoors again.  After a cold, wet winter, it feels wonderful to get out and soak in the warm sunshine.  And, of course, admiring all the beautiful flowers starting to poke their way through the ground.

In 2021, the USPS anticipated the arrival of spring with a new set of 10 Forever stamps honoring Garden Beauty.  Each design pictures a different flower, with two species pictured twice.  The blooms on the stamp are a flowering dogwood, tulip (shown twice), Allium, moth orchid (shown twice), dahlia, American lotus, Asiatic lily, and sacred lotus.  Some of these flowers are native to North America, while others made there way here from across the globe.  Wherever they came from, today, they are some of the most popular species found in American gardens.

Flower gardens are fun to grow for many reasons.  They fill your backyard with color and make for a lovely place to enjoy nature.  They also support pollinators like bees and butterflies.  If you have a fruit or vegetable garden nearby, more pollinators will help it thrive.  It can also be fun picking out the species you want to include in your garden.  Since different species bloom at different times, you can plan it so there will be flowers all the time.  And who wouldn’t enjoy picking a fresh bouquet anytime they like?!