Camellias are our winter staple. Cold will turn open flowers brown. Tight buds survive extreme cold to bloom when the temperatures rise again as they will by next week. This is Mathotiana in a sheltered corner by the house. The other Camellia japonicas have tight buds.
A single narcissus braved the cold to bloom early underneath an azalea bush.
Not a flower but a stunning fungus on an old stump.
Fringes of Loropetalum are apt to bloom anytime, year 'round.
White shrimp plant has not stopped blooming.
White shrimp plant has not yet bloomed.
Begonias that I brought in because I couldn't bear
to see them freeze cuddle up with striped airplane plants.