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SPRING MUST BE AROUND THE CORNER, LOOK WHAT'S STARTING TO BLOOM
Digital photos taken by Gay Klok late June and early July, 1998
 
 
 
A Rhododendron vireya waiting to welcome warmer weather
 
White evergreen Azalea brings a gentle touch to the garden
 
Camellia welcomes the Winter rain
 
The Camellias are really rushing to meet Spring
 
Helleborus - Christmas Roses have formed clumps over the years
 
Heather or Heath?   See the link at the bottom of the article
 
While I was creating these pages, the Rhododendron Vireya buds erupted
 
Euphorbia encroaching on the brick path, leaves still fallling off the Oak Tree
 
Another Camellia starts to show off, notice the buds forming on the Rhododendron bush
 
Christmas roses and Euphorbias pop up everywhere in the Winter Garden
 
A good Rhododendron for the rock garden, always the first to flower
 
If you would like to know the correct name of any of these plants, leave me a note in the discussion area.   What Winter flowers do you have growing in your garden?  I'd love to hear from you.  If you are not a member of Suite101.com, how about joining up?  You may have a lot of fun and learn a few things along the way
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