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Autumn Offeings

Posted by tuppitoo vic aus (My Page) on
Mon, May 5, 14 at 23:12

The Camellias ere appearing between old and new leaves
chas


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lovely colour


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How beautiful. I have only one flower on my Debutant and no buds at all on Brushfield's yellow.


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Thank you both for your comments. My neighbour has ornamental type Camellias-beautiful White with light pink centres
but they only last a few days and badly affected by rain.The old Red produces year after year to brighten up Autumn and Winter.
We have had warm weather and some of the Spring!! bulbs
are appearing in pots and in the garden,
chas


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Lovely Camellia, Chas.

B


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It was a bit lonely Bill but the family is now growing apace.
chas


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It was a bit lonely Bill but the family is now growing apace.
chas


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Lovely and vibrant.


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Thanks Inga, about the only bright colour in the garden at the moment,
I notice that the temperatures in London, Vancouver and Melbourne have been very close abt 12 to22 c for the past few days so we' re all experiencing pleasant conditions.We have had an Indian summer,.lovely
weather,but things are about to change from tomorrow with rain and cooler winds.
chas


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Yeah nice show, Chas. Something special about camellias, I reckon. Unfortunately in my climate I can only grow the sasanquas. Japonicas must be starting to bud up now.
B.


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Thanks Bill, This is the final pic of Camellia 14.
More in'15. chas


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Yeah, it's putting on a nice show, Chas.


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