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Tag Archives: Camellia sasanqua Our Linda
We are getting into the Christmas spirit around our house. The wreaths are hung, the candles are in the windows, the tree is trimmed, and a glass or two of Christmas cheer has been tasted. My Arranger surprised me by … Continue reading
Today is the fourth anniversary of In a Vase on Monday, an invitation from Cathy at Rambling in the Garden to share something beautiful from ones garden in a vase each Monday. It has been fun and challenging to post … Continue reading
This has been a strange week: freezing temperatures, one day in the 70’s, and a good amount of rain. Consequently, there are almost no flowers left in the garden here on a Monday. A real surprise was to venture out in a cold … Continue reading
After a long siege of minimal moisture in the garden, we had an inch and a half of rain last night. The ground is delightfully soggy now…at least for a few days. With the wind and rain denuding the trees of … Continue reading
Last week we highlighted flowers that were winding down in the garden; this week I am delighted to showcase the first blossoms of the season from Camellia sasanqua ‘Our Linda.’ ‘Our Linda’ was a gift from David Parks of Camellia Forest … Continue reading
It has been a bit of a challenge to meet my commitment to offer a Vase on Monday today. My rain gauge reads over three and a half inches and it is still raining steadily. Moving about in my garden felt … Continue reading