Camellia Variegation

Some of our favorite Camellias are variegated.  From blotches of white that intermingle with reds, whites, and pinks to colorful stripes, streaks or flecks, variegation makes such interesting and beautiful floral displays.  Often, variegation can also be found in the leaves. Many plants produce variegation, but none so quite profound as with Camellias. There are…

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February In The Garden

February is the month of love, a time for getting ready for spring, but more importantly, it’s the Peak of Camellia Season and the time for pruning some of the garden plants. Camellias Despite the earlier freezes from Mother Nature, with the warmer weather, Camellias are blooming their hearts out in our Greenhouses!  Many of…

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December In The Garden

Ah, the holidays…. When people’s thoughts turn to lights, gift-giving, and that guy in the red suit.  But in all the hustle and bustle, don’t forget you have some pretty special plants in your garden that may need your attention. Camellia Time! December is Camellia Time!  Most of the Camellia sasanqua and similar ones are…

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Chaste Vitex

The Chaste Vitex, scientifically Vitex agnus-castus, is a versatile plant that holds both medicinal and spiritual importance. Native to the Mediterranean region, it has been used for centuries in traditional medicine and is believed to possess various health benefits. In this article, we will explore the characteristics, uses, and folklore associated this intriguing plant. Characteristics…

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