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Pink Japanese Camellia Buds Japonica

Don't ask me how this Japanese Camellia has so many buds for this time of year. I originally planted it in a different area. It had a lot of buds but never was I able to see even the slightest color on them like now. The tips of the leaves were burnt and the buds sadly fell off one by one!

After some months I realized it had been planted in an area that was too damp and too sunny. Japanese Camellia does better in shade and moist soil, so I moved it to a dryer more shadier area.

These pictures were taken about a week and a half ago when we had a lot of rain. Today, there are some blooms on them already so I am able to see that it's pink-orange in color. I am looking forward to the spring when it should flourish even more because I believe I had found a better home for my Japanese Camellia.



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14 comments :

  1. Cute buds!! :) I like the flower's name.
    Happy Wednesday!

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  2. You are so lucky to have pretty blooms. I can not wait until spring is here.

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  3. I love camillia..They will be stunning when bloom..

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  4. Your Japanese Camelia likes its new home for sure. Anxiously awaiting their blooms to be posted.
    Joyce, IL, USA

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  5. I love camelia's! It must be such a wonderful sight to see all of those buds and know that you will have such flowers later.
    Thanks for visiting my blog.

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  6. Gorgeous flowers with water drops!

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  7. i just can't wait for it to bloom.

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  8. You must have given your lovely plant the right kind love and tender care. It is very pretty.

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  9. The buds are so lovely! Would they grow well on a deck in a pot?

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  10. I love camelias! It definitely looks like you found the right spot for your Japanese Camelia.

    ~ Tracy

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  11. I've seen these, but I've never grown them personally. They produce an abundance of buds if looked after properly. All the best with yours.

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  12. Pretty little blossoms :) My fav is the Chinese Sugar Plum Blossom :)

    I like your photo to the right-- the Happy New Year of the Tiger and V-Day! :)

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  13. Happy Chinese New Year, btw! :)

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  14. I would love to see some flowers up close and personal. :-) Yours are very nice.

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