I think wow, that's beautiful. And I wish I lived somewhere that I had something like that blooming in January.For @Carol 83 , I managed to take some pictures of my camellia this evening after the rain past through. It looks like tomorrow night will be our first night below freezing, a frigid 31 degrees, and the flowers might not make it. What do you think?
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It has been blooming like this for a month now. As you can see, the flowers are mostly on the inside of the tree, a results of a late summer trim. You have to treat these kinda like an azalea when pruning, if you prune too late, you cut the flowers off. Here is a shot of the trunk, it is not huge, but is decent. I would try to make it a shorter bonsai, but the flowers are huge.
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