Monday, January 16, 2012

Camellias, Camellias Everywhere

Last week my double red camellia started blooming in our yard! I love these flowers. When we lived up North we couldn't grow camellias because it was way too cold for them. Alot of our neighbors have really beautiful shell pink camellias. I would love to get some more camellias and put them in pots for when we move into a house of our own but I am going to wait until then. It won't be for some time yet but I will just enjoy the one I've got now and my neighbors!

Here are my camellias:


(Diane) Bibliophile By the Sea said...

These certainly are beautiful. The leaves look so healthy as well.

Penny @ The Comforts of Home/Flea Market Makeovers said...

Those are so pretty. I love that they bloom in the winter.

The Summer Kitchen Girls said...

Gorgeous Sherri! Thanks for sharing with us "Northerners!"
Keep those beautiful pictures coming :)

Florence and Mary said...


Victoria xx

jenclair said...

Don't they brighten the atmosphere! We can really appreciate color at this time of year.

Linda@Coastal Charm said...

So very pretty...mine are white (planted by the owners that built our home).


tinajo said...

They look very healthy and beautiful! :-)

Mary said...

Mine are especially huge this Winter too - love them. My neighbor has a pale pink one - so pretty - mine are all red like yours.

Winter does have flashes of color that surprise us - and give us hope for Spring. Not looking forward to all that gardening ahead though - and still awaiting a nice heavy snowfall to help the soil and refresh the roots!

Meanwhile - enjoying a mild and sunny morning again.

Hugs - Mary

Anita @ GoingALittleCoastal said...

These are beautiful! I have white ones which tend to get brown around the edges. But I try to get then when they are still snow white and bring then in. They make great floaters.

Darlene said...

Lol - we're shoveling snow and you're growing flowers. They're beautiful!

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