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SO YOU THOUGHT THERE WERE NO WINTER FLOWERS
Digital photos taken in the Town Garden during June, 1998 by Gay Klok
 
 
 
The Rhododendron vireya blooms mid-winter
 
 
 
Perhaps the very best of all winter flowering large shrubs, with a heavenly perfume, the Luculia
 
 
Close up of the Luculia.  You can almost smell that heavenly perfume
 
 
A rare Viburnum is again in flower
 
 
Another vivid Rhododendron vireya, such glossy flowers
 
Chimonanthus praecox a plant with a wonderful perfume
 
 
A forest of Helleborus, Christmas Rose
 
Brugmansia, the Cigar plant brings brightness to the Winter garden
 
 
Lovely catkins of the Garrya suits the mood of the Winter's garden
 
 
The variety of flowers at Sandy Bay Town Garden gives a lot of Winter cheer.
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