Camellia

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Spider_Lily

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A few Camellia's I have rooted this is the first year they have bloomed
They have not grown much.don't know the names.Hoping to transplant them soon then maybe they will have a growth spirt.:)
 

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Those are so pretty Spider. They sure are slow to grow but worth the wait. My pink one has just finished dropping the last of it's blooms. I like that they're ever-green bushes too. My next favorite ever-green is Gardenia..
 
Those are so pretty Spider. They sure are slow to grow but worth the wait. My pink one has just finished dropping the last of it's blooms. I like that they're ever-green bushes too. My next favorite ever-green is Gardenia..
Yes I love the Gardenia they smell so good late in the afternoon's and early morning's.And very easy to root them.
 

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...I can almost smell it.
Actually a memory of a gardenia years ago!
It's a fragrance you cannot forget!
Darn, another one I can't grow up here!!
Thanks Spider!
 
I would LOVE to be able to grow any of those gorgeous plants...but alas here in the Big city we can't grow that kinda stuff
 
Kya you can have a Gardenia try a trailing Gardenia.
Trailing Gardenia reaches a height of 2 to 3 feet .plant is great in planter boxes or pots and makes a lovely border plant.Flower's are small about the size of a fiftycent piece.I have one it bloom's in a couple month's.
 

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We have Huge camellia trees around the back of the house....they are one of the easiest plants i find to grow...we do pretty much nothing to them...add a little ash once a year and water through the summer a bit...i will get some pics this weekend...although most the blooms are gone now
 


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