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camellia

Posted by jeff_al 8 AL (My Page) on
Tue, Jan 17, 06 at 13:45

perfect form, except for a couple of spots from the cold weather.
the photo is linked from the gallery at the camellia forum.

Here is a link that might be useful: 'nuccio's pearl'


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RE: camellia

Oooo, that is such a delicate beauty!! Nice shot, Jeff!

~Rosemarie


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More~RE: Camellia

I was going through pix & found a couple I thought I'd share.
Here's Camellia 'Chansonette'

and here is Camellia 'Debutante'

~Rosemarie


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RE: camellia

Aren't camillias amazing. Each bloom is so perfect. Love the shades of pink on that Nuccios Pearl. So pretty. Chansonette and Debutante are lovely. Here's the Prof. Sargent in my yard.


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RE: camellia

those are great for brightening a rainy, winter day as we are having here today.
i also grow 'chansonette', rosemarie, and it is still in flower from november.
anyone else with camellia photos to share?
'tis the season, after all.


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Oh, beautiful one, G2G!
Yes, Jeff, my 'Chansonette' is still in flower as well.

I found a few more pix going through my files. I won't show 'White Swan' as it was browning & ugly when I snapped that shot. Here is C. 'Eleanor Hagood' not fully open (which seems to be how many of mine are) & one I managed to get fully open. And another of 'Chansonette' framed by some Senecio cineraria. Click on thumbnails for larger views.

Okay, who else has some pix?
~R


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