Monday, February 1, 2010

Hunting season is finally over! Whew! I am glad. Now I can finally get outside and work in the yard! I desperately need to get seeds started, so that is my plan for this weekend! I took a few pictures of the camellias blooming at our camp. Enjoy!
See ya'll soon!

14 comments:

Ginger said...

Beautiful! I especially love the next-to-last one. You're getting great shots with the new camera :)

donna said...

A hunting camp with all those gorgeous blooming camellias....I'd say you had the best of both worlds during the hunting season.

donna

Darla said...

I love the red ruffle one! I only have one bud on mine.....sigh
I'm so glad you are getting back on track for gardening season. I so look forward to following your gardens.

sweet bay said...

Beautiful camellias. Do you know the name of the really frilly one?

FlowerLady said...

Beautiful camellias. Can't grow them this far south. Do they have a scent? How many turkeys did you bag? What else did you get?

FlowerLady

Catherine@AGardenerinProgress said...

Now the real fun begins for you, getting your seeds started. I'm always interested to see all the flowers you show from the camp. I have no idea what a hunting camp looks like. I imagined it being something out in the woods, not with pretty flowers like Camellias nearby.

Hocking Hills Gardener said...

Oh, DP how beautiful. I am so envious of them. LOL! I have never saw the two toned one you have, Just gorgeous!
Hope you had a fun time hunting.

Nezzy said...

Girl, ya sure know how to torture a gardener who has a pile of snow on the ground and more in the prediction. Those blossoms are beautiful. Is that a current pic? Is life fair??? Heeeheehe!

You have a fabulous day and enjoy your time playing outside!!!

Susie said...

How nice to see color right now. Thanks for sharing.

Hortist said...

Princess, you are an amazing blogger. Nice to meet you. I like yoour Camellia very much, especially the red ones. Have a nice day :)

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Hi DP, Just checking on you... Sounds like you have been very busy with hunting lately... Hope it was successful.

The Camellias are beautiful... Can't wait til spring. It's still drab and dreary here.

We had a little snow here during the night. It was just a dusting --but is pretty.
Hugs,
Betsy

Dirt Princess said...

Ginger aren't they pretty!

Donna I guess that I do!

Darla the pink/white one was my fave!

Sweet bay I haven't any idea. The camphouse was buily in the late 1800's...so there is no telling what type pf camellias they are.

Flowerlady, they do have a scent...but not very strong. It was actually deer season. I killed teo 8 points! Turkey season start March 15th!

Catherine most hunting camps are just crappy old run down houses! LOL!!! However...I am always on the lookout for heirloom flowers.

Lona the two toned one was my favorite! All of the buds on that tree were like that

Nezzy...don't worry, I don't have much going on in my garden. I am patiently awaiting daffodil blooms

Susie you are welcome

Hortist thank you so much! I have been pretty busy lately, and having been blogging like I was. But I am trying to get back into the swing of things

Betsy I always enjoy seeing everyone's snow pictures! I live vicariously through you all with the snow, as you all live vicariously through us for the warmth! LOL!

Green Iris said...

These are so pretty. My bush is huge and the blossoms are underneath the greenery. I wonder why that is? Do you prune yours?

Serena's Secret Gardens said...

They are gorgeous Camellias here in Aus they just wouldn't survive in the wild! You are really lucky.
I believe they are Japonica Camellias but which ones they are is anyones guess.

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