Tuesday, February 22, 2011

2/23–Outdoor Wednesday # 111

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I see some blooms! The camellias are starting to bloom in my yard! I don’t have many blooms yet…but I will soon!

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40 comments:

  1. Those are just beautiful Susan..I can't wait for spring..

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  2. Come on Spring!! Just beautifullll!
    Mel's Cabin enjoying your spring...

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  3. Absolutely Awesome! Over here in Zone 6, Camillias aren't as hardy as yours, so I'll enjoy yours instead!

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  4. Susan,
    Beautiful! Quite a difference from what we are looking at today!

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  5. I am so envious! I can almost smell them, it will be a long time for me to see anything blooming. sigh...

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  6. Lovely Camellias! Thanks for hosting!

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  7. They are just so beautiful. Spring is almost here.

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  8. We're still really enjoying winter in Colorado - not looking forward to spring at all, yet. But I see the south is blooming already. I guess it is just what you get used to. Sally

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  9. That lower photo is just gorgeous, with the sharp focus and the nice composition. Congrats on the early spring thing!

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  10. Mine are blooming too and it was 83 degrees in Augusta today {we broke a record}. Thanks for hosting.

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  11. Beautiful camellias! Mine are blooming also...even though it is cold!

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  12. I see Spring has arrived early in your area, Susan! Your camellias are beautiful!

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  13. Ohhhh...camillas! My parents used to grow them and I had them outside my bedroom window! What sweet memories!

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  14. Happy Wesdnesday! Can you please delete entry 14, sorry I made mistake! Have a great day!

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  15. So pretty. I am so anxious to see our flowers blooming. We are still covered with snow and ice.

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  16. Oh how lovely! My senior mom and I are enjoying making gardening plans and missing flowers due to the weather. Thank you for these gorgeous camellias to enjoy vicariously.

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  17. Great photos...we planted some camellias just before we move from Alabama. I didn't get to see them bloom. Now that I'm in Wyoming...well, we still have a month or two of cold weather...so no camellias here or ever. Thanks for hosting "OW" and have a great day!

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  18. Beautiful blooms, it's still too cold here for any flowers.

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  19. They are beautiful! I am coming to Macon for the Cherry Festival this year. I sure hope the cherry blossoms cooperate more than they did LAST year and you have some pale pinks to add to that magenta.

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  20. The Camellias look gorgeous. I am linked up.

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  21. Susan, My camellias did not do as well this year but I have noticed that after last week being warm the blooms became larger. I am so excited about spring. I love camellias for so many reasons. Enjoy the green foliage all year round.

    Thank you for Outdoor Wednesday. It is so neat to visit all over the world.

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  22. Awesome. Spring is on the way. Sunshine here in Arizona but rain on the weekend. We had rain this past weekend. Tomatoes R in. Cucumbers R planted as well as zinnias. Going to White Chocolate today....ymmmmm.

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  23. Great photos.

    Have a good week, Boonie

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  24. I saw lots of Daffodils blooming yesterday.
    Mama Bear

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  25. So lovely to see a splash of colour. I Can almost smell them!

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  27. Beautiful ~ I love Camellia's please come see my slide show full of them today.. Are you doing the Peaches to Beaches yard sale next month ?

    hugs from Savannah, Cherry

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  28. Wow, those are so pretty and gives me hope of spring. It is snowing right now in Central Oregon, and the passes are getting 3' by Friday. We are far from spring here. God bless and thanks for holding Outdoor Wednesday for us!

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  29. I'm very happy you will see spring come soon, I'll just be happy to see grass!!! We have had another record winter, but Spring will come here too eventually.
    Happy Outdoor Wed.
    Ann

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  30. Beautiful! My Aunt had a camillia bush and I've often thought of planting one. Aaahhh...procrastination.

    Blessings,
    Joan

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  31. I love camellias! My neighbor's bush has been blooming for several weeks, now. And more buds continue to form. It's been an incredible year for it... (and I keep cutting blossoms...shhh, don't tell on me!)
    Jane (artfully graced)

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  32. First time posting. Hopefully I can remember to post earlier next time. Love the camellias. I have a bush that has a ton of flowers and buds it. I'm surprised the cold a few weeks ago did not get the buds.

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  33. Adore your blog! I came across it through Mel's Cabin :) Hi, I'm the blogger of Doors of Delight...come on in and check out my adventure of turning my dreams to reality @ http://doorsofdelight.blogspot.com/

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  34. Bonitas flores!

    Jan Halvard
    noruego en La Paz, Bolivia
    ¡Buenos dias Bolivia!

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