Camilea Blossom-Winter Bloomer  by JeffeeArt4u

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Favorite Camellia bushes bloom in the dead of winter. It is amazing to watch the slow budding to blooming. These beautiful plants originated in China, Japan and Southeast Asia. Whats not to love about these wonderful flowers…Evergreen Flowering Winter Schrub that grow into small trees. Many varities are blooming in December on thru March. On into the early Spring the blooms are opening slowly, and can really be enjoyed. The formal double rose-red flowers are quite heat tolerant. They like asid soil and planty of rain, in well drained soil. Places like in the Southern Appalachian Mountains could be a great place for them, and there are a wild variety, not quite as big a bloom. The dark glossy leaves have deeply indented veins and make the plant handsome all year long. A mostly shade tolerant plant, grown in the south…. Some white varieties that do well in Zone 7 are ‘Imura,’ ‘Snow Chan,’ ‘White Empress,’ ‘Leucantha,’ ‘Victory White’, and ‘Coronation.’
My first one I used as a house plant. . These beautiful plants make an impact to any garden. Private Gourley Garden, TN / my garden habitat in the Great Smoky Mountains. USA

Would like a garden book published of all my garden images and documentations about my work. I need to publish Bible Books-sample See"Vine and Branches" Also Garden work.Available to Publish, just for free marketing, information to help magazines, and people. “Smoky Mountains, Gourley Garden, Lizards, Art” written information that you find here. Copy to my address. My garden ajoins the Foothills Parkway land of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Internatonal Biosphere Reserve
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  • kalaryder
    kalaryderalmost 5 years ago

    How wonderful, the leaf almost seems to be presenting the flower

  • Glenn Cecero
    Glenn Ceceroalmost 3 years ago

    Beautiful macro! Wonderful work!

  • I might have to expose the roots and try and get some baby trees, I would love to have more of them. I tried some other plants under the trees in the woods, but with no luck. These are in gardens under trees too. I have bought some at garden centers, but never enough. Some places they are pretty expensive, but at the Home Depot they were reasonable. They are pretty as a rose!

    – JeffeeArt4u

  • I just don’t have enough of these beauties, I would love to have them all over, in the woodland, and all in the garden….I have tried to start more, but they must be very hard. The local Home Depot. or Lowes is much cheeper than the nursery. I visited a garden once and got inspired to do this.

    – JeffeeArt4u

  • Larry Trupp
    Larry Truppover 2 years ago

    WONDERFUL capture

  • Thank you, I would like my garden known for blooming trees and the Anolis Carolinensis lizards in TN

    – JeffeeArt4u

  • Jeanette Muhr
    Jeanette Muhralmost 2 years ago

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