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Julie Shields of Hayes found the beauty in her neighbor’s frost-covered English ivy.
Camellias japonica Rose Hill Red and Tama Vino sent by Lewis Hubbard of Cardinal.
Camellia japonica Tama-no-ura in Reed Lawson’s garden in Mathews.
Mary Bourne of Bena captured these thirsty cedar waxwings in the split second before they flew.
Patti Procopi of Gloucester said her Lenten Rose seems to be indifferent to the weather.
Ginger Rowe’s African Violet is doing well after rooting several years ago.
Hippeastrum Rozetta—A winter forced bulb; heather, a winter bloomer; Mahonia also known as Oregon grape: a winter bloomer that later produces blue-black fruit that birds love; all sent by Louise Witherspoon of Port Haywood.
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