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.
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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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.