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By Waddy


Bud just opening on the pink Camellia.

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It's a beautiful color flower. I see them still flowering here. They start flowering here in November. They do burn a lot in November because of the extremely dry heat here.

4 Apr, 2017


It's frost we have to contend with Delonix. It can cause awful damage, just as the blooms are emerging.

5 Apr, 2017


We don't have's just the 90 - 100ºF (32 - 38ºC) temps with very low humidity in fall that cause the flowers and foliage to burn. Most Camellia trees/shrubs are planted on the north-side of houses or buildings.

6 Apr, 2017


It is said here that it's best to plant them so they don't get the morning sun.

7 Apr, 2017


Here the north-east side of the house or building is best. It's the coolest exposure in fall (most of the time).

7 Apr, 2017


Seems I'm a lot behind at looking at all your photos, sorry!

3 Jun, 2017


No problem Wells!

3 Jun, 2017

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