Change of Season

First frost reminds us that change of season is underway. Some leaves have fallen and others are changing colors in this last half of October.

A few houseplants return directly indoors. This potted camelia already began blooming outdoors under the magnolia tree where it spent the summer.

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Some other kinds of camelia will bloom later and are transitioning indoors by way of the seasonal greenhouse.

We brought in a few potted vegetables from the deck to the greenhouse to continue producing for another month or so, depending on the rate of drop in temperatures.

Here’s a short video to show how we change seasons at Plant Exchange Blog.

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One thought on “Change of Season

  1. That looks like ‘Yuletide’ Camellia sasanqua, which should bloom latter. Our Camellia japonica in several locations are well budded this year. I have not noticed the Camellia sasanqua.

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