It’s a gray, moist Monday here in our spot of North Carolina, but I was pleased to find Camellia japonica ‘Debutante’ full of buds, many of which are open and lovely. They have returned most happily after the freezing weather earlier in the month just in time to participate In a Vase on Monday.
The camellias are supported by a few sprigs of Autumn fern and two from our collection of haskioki. Hashioki, in Japanese dining, serve as a place on which to rest ones chopsticks.
Please visit Cathy at Rambling in the Garden. Cathy hosts this weekly display of items from our gardens. See what she and others are sharing this week.