Tagged with Winter Rose

Early Spring Bloomer

Welcome to Spring! At Plant Exchange Blog, USDA Zone 4-5a on the Northern Great Plains, we are used to the calendar declaration of spring well before plants begin to grow again. Hellebores are an easy to grow shade-tolerant perennials that bloom in early spring in this region. In our yard, they start ahead of daffodils … Continue reading

Camellias, A Favorite Winter Flower

Camellia shrubs are grown outdoors at least two USDA zones away but can be grown in containers to bloom indoors. Native to Japan, they’re one of the few plants that naturally bloom in fall to spring. When they bloom depends on species and variety. Bloom time lasts at least two weeks with lots of blooms. … Continue reading