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One of my favorite books of last year. It has all of the makings of good story and is set in one of my favorite places on earth Bainbridge Island Washington.It has a dual storyline that will leave you guessing till the end.

Camellia is hardy to zone 6. Plant in a partially shaded area where flowers can thaw out after a snow or frost without direct sunlight. Flowers will survive temperatures as low as 15 degrees Fahrenheit. Depending upon the cultivar, flowers will appear from October through March.

Floral designer: Mary Desmit and Fran Karalli, Andover Garden Club | Art: Sir Lionel Arthur Lindsay, Pheasant and Wisteria | Plant material: Agapanthus, Dendrobium Orchid, Asparagus Fern, Eucalyptus--Seeded, Brunia, Foxtail Lily, Sea Holly, Calla Lily, Hypericum, Moss, Camellia Leaf, Leucondendron, Carnation, Protea- Pincushion

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Descanso Gardens } - (Gardens What's in Bloom) MARCH: Tulips, camellias, irises, lilacs, cherry trees, clivia and daffodils APRIL: Azaleas, camellias, irises, lilacs, native plants and wildflowers and wisteria MAY: Roses, azaleas, camellias, irises, wildflowers and California natives JUNE: Modern and heritage roses and summer annuals OTHER MONTHS at the link...

The Last Camellia by Sarah Jio: a mystery in two time periods centering around a rare camellia variety. I really liked the parts set in the 1940s.