Camellias Still Blooming

My camellias have been having an outstanding year.  They have been blooming since the end of January.  I am so thrilled, I just had to take more pictures of them. The Red Velvet has more flowers than ever.  I think it helped that deer didn’t eat the shrub this year.

White by the Gate has had very little discoloration from fungus despite the rains this year.

I do not know what is different this year, but the Camellias have given me months of pleasure.  Professor Sargent has a few more buds to open.

12 Comments on “Camellias Still Blooming”

  1. I have the last two camellias in this post. Each had one bloom on the bottom of the plant. I suspect that deer nibbled the other buds off. Do you have deer? Do they eat your buds?

  2. Deb says:

    I have thee Camellias…two reds and a pink but that white one of yours is gorgeous!

  3. Sheryl says:

    The camellias are absolutely beautiful. The beautiful photo of the white camellia brought back some wonderful memories. The bouquet that I carried at my wedding contained white camellia’s. I think that camellia bouquet’s were quite pricey at that time, and I felt very special to have one.

  4. shoreacres says:

    Are these cool weather plants? I think they must be. There are a lot of things that seem to have hung on this year, thanks to our cloudy and somewhat damp weather. I know that too much water can causes problems, but I’ve not heard my gardening friends grump about black spot, mold, etc. Maybe it’s just been a good year. In any event, I’m glad you still have them. They’re beautiful, every one.

    • Yes, they are cool weather and flowers blooming in the winter are exciting for a former Yankee. I have Sasanqua that bloom in the fall and the Japonica take over in the winter. They do great where I am because they like acid soil and I’m in a Piney Woods.

  5. tonytomeo says:

    Mine are still blooming too, but they also did not start until halfway through January too.

    • tonytomeo says:

      Oops, I meant to delete ‘too’ but clicked ‘send’ instead.
      I am pleased that they are delayed, because there was so much rain late in the season. The rain just ran out two weeks ago or so.

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