Spring is not far away and your camellias should still be blooming their heads off! When we move into mid to end of March, the camellias will begin tapering off but there's still plenty of time to get out and enjoy the blooms!
Every year, peak blooming season for Camellias is in the month of February for most of us in the warmer regions of the USA. The weather usually warms just enough for those beautiful babies to start popping everywhere.
In January, the holidays are over and the real show begins! Peak camellia season is emerging in January and will continue through March in the warmer regions of the US. Here are a few Camellia garden tips for January.
Ah, the holidays....When people's thoughts turn to lights, gift giving and that guy in the red suit. But in all the hustle and bustle, don't forget you have some pretty special plants in your garden that may need your attention.
November brings cooler weather, the orange and yellow leaves of fall, Turkey & Dressing and Camellias! Many of our fall blooming Camellias are just coming into bloom in the 11th month of the year. There are a few things you can be doing in your November Camellia Garden!
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Camellia sasanqua is one of the most popular species of Camellias found in gardens today. It typically blooms in the fall and you will certainly be able to identify them by the colorful carpet of petals they leave behind!
I love experimenting with all the nifty things I can do with my tea plants. My daughter gave me a gift of Matcha tea recently. I really liked the flavor and the texture. I also like that I can add it to my smoothies and other food. So I decided that I would try to make my own Matcha style Tea.