Bloom in December
|December 29, 2010||Filled under Life|
… Our Camellia tree at backyard started blooming here (is Seattle), YAY!
What a magic, especially if count that it’s still snowing here since morning
with a little breaks. The picture was taken right between one of them o;)
P.S.: By request for Ayesha. Even if we have much less snow this morning
(not to mention it’s really unusual for this state). Anyway, below are some
pictures… not the best ones for sure, but it’s pretty cold outside ;o) …My
poor tropical plants, even if they adopted to WA.
Happy New 2011 Year to everyone!
That is gorgeous Alla!!
That is absolutely beautiful!!
Thank you Girls!
It’s lovely, wish could see it with snow around too :)
Alla, this is so awesome! I’m so dreaming about planting tropical plants here in Europe but some of them were frozen just in october and they were on terrace. Hoping to my dear clivia will be still alive :/ If I had some warmer wheather here I’d deffinately plant some citrus plants (I’ve got some in pots already) :)
Beata, oh really, they are OK with pots?! I would love citrus plans too, but do not think our climate is enough warm too, hmm… in pots – sound like a plan. I should definitely try ;)
Yep, they growing really cool. I’ve got two oranges and one citrus (or lemon?), don’t know how to write in English. Some of them are in big pots and have to stay in cooler places during winter. I’m also planning to buy clementines too. Oh, forgot to write that they are BLOWING AND HAVE FRUITS! :)
How very beautiful!!!!
Beata, how cool!!! If I’m right, citrus means lemon, oranges, clementines and other citrus as well ;)
Thanks Heather and nice to see ya!!!
No hablo inglés y jamás vi nevar. Pero esas fotos son hermosas.
Oh Elena, snow if fun, but not when it’s such slippery ;)