And they are proving rich pickings for photographers, with poppy shots making up half of our pic parade.
Every day at facebook.com/nlandgazette, we share your images of the county under the banner, View of Northumberland. Then each week in the Gazette, we feature the four which received the most likes the previous week.
Top of the shots was a glorious photo of poppies and Bamburgh Castle by Jonathan Paul Bell, which attracted 473 likes.
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Not far behind, with 425 likes and second place, was an Elaine Holden picture of a dolphin and her calf off Seahouses.
The poppies were back for the third-placed photo by Iris Thompson of a field of poppies near Aydon Castle, with a cut-out of a soldier standing guard. It attracted 209 likes.
Fourth place went to an eerie view of wind turbines looming out of the early-morning mist at Chatton Moor by Kevin Temple, with 121 likes.
Post your pictures at facebook.com/nlandgazette