With the arrival of winter, a few blooms remain while creatures work to fortify themselves for the cold days ahead. For the next two weeks, we are looking for images of how people decorate for the holidays. Please send your photos to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Camellias (Camilla sasanqua) blooms from September to December at Happy Landings, home of Marion and Naomi Sutton’s home at Hudgins.Camellia sasanqua Eago, sent by Lewis Hubbard of Cardinal.Rugosa rose hips amid gold winter leaves provide bird food for the winter. They are from hardy roses that grow along the Bay shoreline in Diggs at the home of Chris Bridge.Birdbath visitors from Louise Witherspoon of Port Haywood: a squirrel, and a flock of bluebirds.
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