Just past the Cherry tree is a seedling
Camellia with a bud ready to open.
This morning I noticed the glow of blooms from far across the yard.
I rarely see Taiwan Cherry seeds; birds eat the seed pods
as soon as petals fall before seeds mature.
Speaking of birds and seeds, Robins should be here by next
month to finish off Dogwood and other berries that are
still on the trees.
I crawled under the bush to get a pic of the first White
Camellia japonica bloom.
Camellia sasanqua is on the way out of bloom but still
shedding white petals on the ground like snow.
Yesterday was overcast. Today brought sunshine and high fluffy clouds.
Expected high is 61 degrees F. No freezes in sight, but we may get rain.