My pansy and ornamental cabbage leaves began to disappear after I
planted them two weeks ago. Several critters eat pansy leaves but the
most common one is a creature you might not predict. What
My camellia tree is just gorgeous. But it's dying! A huge swath has
lost its leaves. I cannot bear to lose this tree! Amanda S.
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winter approaches and the attractive flowers and foliage of plants are
lost for the season, an often overlooked plant characteristic emerges.
Many trees and shrubs have attractive bark that can add texture and
color to the winter garden. Placing plants with showy bark near
evergreens can help to increase their visibility.
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(Camellia sasanqua 'Yuletide')
Evergreen shrub native to Asia. Yuletide camellia is a
wonderful late fall blooming shrub that produces 3-inch bright red
flowers with sunny yellow centers. As the name implies, Yuletide blooms
around the holidays, although in northern Georgia this seems to be
closer to Thanksgiving than Christmas.
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