Season’s Greetings

December is usually quiet in the garden. Most plants have yielded to their age-old cycle of resting, but for some, this is a time to shine. My Pink Icicle camellia has more blooms on it than it has ever had. John Clayton honeysuckle is still blooming (see last post) AND it has berries, a double bonus. I wish peace and happiness to you all and to all creatures, great and small.

Pink Icicle hardy camellia

Nutcrackers from my son, Mark's, decorations

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8 thoughts on “Season’s Greetings

  1. NUTCRACKERS!!! HOW WONDERFUL!!!!

    We live on the Nutcracker Golf Course, and everyone has nutcrackers in their yards!

    I LOVE IT!

    • Hi Tiffany, I’d be happy to speak w/ you about winter color. I try to have something in bloom every month of the year. Right now my Lenten Roses or hellebores are blooming a month early. Flowering apricot and Daphne are budded and will bloom in Feb.

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