Wyatt Moon

Wyatt Moon

Sunday, November 21, 2010

In search of winter blooms

Even though it is 40 degrees and raining, there are still plants that give it their best shot, all through the winter!
Like this Sasanqua Camellia
Looks like a fried egg to me!
 
 The Sarcococca 'Sweet Box'.  With little berries and a very fragrant bloom.
The Edgeworthia 'Paper Bush'
It's just starting to bloom, we will come back for a peek later.
 
Many of you asked about the Callicarpa, 'Beauty Berry'. 
It is a deciduous shrub, that is cold hardy to zone 3.
Attractive to wildlife and drought tolerant too.

Happy Digging!
Wyatt and Stanzie

29 comments:

  1. It does look like a fried egg!

    Kari
    http://dogisgodinreverse.com/

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  2. We have roses trying to keep blooming, but we will be in the teens for Thanksgiving - so this could be the end.

    Those berries are beautiful. And yes, it does look like an egg - sunny side up:)

    Happy Sunday.

    Woos ~ Phantom, Thunder, and Ciara

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  3. wowzer we are liking the beauty berry furry much - mommas going to see if it grows in new zealand - loves and licks xxx

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  4. You dogs are true gardeners still at it at this time of year! You plants are looking very well and it just goes to show that gardening doesn't have to stop for winter in some places.

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  5. It's nice to have a few things flowering in winter! Of course, your people always have you to look at when the days get dreary.

    XXXOOO Daisy, Kendra & Bella

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  6. Mom is a huge fan of the camellias, too! Those are lovely. Hmmm, fried egg, droool, hmmm, what? Oh, yeah, we're loving the NEW Macy's balloon. It's about time, right? And those poinsettias are super festive!
    PeeS - we're putting all our comments in this post 'cause we're out in the boonies right now and have super slow internet but we wanna catch up on our blog reading :)

    The Road Dogs

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  7. Beautiful photos of incredibly pretty plants! Thanks for always educating us on things from your beautiful garden, Wyatt and Stanzie!
    Hugs xoxoxoxo
    Sammie and Avalon

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  8. It's not that cold over here. I love the plants!

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  9. Those are beautiful flowers!
    Beeeerrrry nice!
    Happy sunday!
    Kisses and hugs
    Lorenza

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  10. Mmmm...fried egg flowers! I need my Mom to plant some of those. You are the smartest dogs :)

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  11. Beautiful berries there pals! x

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  12. Thanks for the garden up date, I do love that Beauty Berry, but I've not seen them in the UK!
    Hi Stanzie, hows it going;)
    See yea George xxx

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  13. Very pretty! Mom has Orchids blooming indoors...I'll ave her take some pictures this week!

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  14. Mom definitely needs to check into the Callicarpa, 'Beauty Berry'! It is just GORGEOUS!

    Love ya lots
    Maggie and Mitch

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  15. Nice finds, you guys! Especially the Camellias!

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  16. I'm having Mom write that Berry Beauty down!

    We were out hiking today and were pleasantly surprised to see that even though the leaves had all fallen, there were lots of green plants along the forest floor!

    Bunny

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  17. Happy Diggin' to you two too... humm 2 to's.
    I only have a couple of snappy dragons left blooming. You.. on the other paw have grrrrreat stuffs. SIGH
    I have my calendar marked with the Parade Time... I don't want to miss seeing Stanzie on T-Day !!

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  18. I love the Callicarpa, 'Beauty Berry'. So pretty!

    Hugs,

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  19. All your flowers are beautiful! The Beauty Berry is our Mommy's favorite.

    Love,
    Teddy Bear

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  20. Oh my dogness....the Beauty Berry is just lovely! My momma has not heard of that.....we need to ask our favorite Garden Center about that!

    MinnaK

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  21. Hey, do you need some help digging all those plants up? We're available and we have lots of experience.
    Morgan, Tsar and the Porties

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  22. What awesome flowers. We are in zone 4 and I would be interested in the Beauty Berry. Would it grow here?

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  23. You always show us such brilliant flowers and berries. The Beauty Berry really is a stunning berry.

    Great photos of you two!

    Big Nose Pokes
    The Thugletsx

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  24. Haha that does look a fried egg - yummy!
    We are about 40 degrees hotter here in Texas :)

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  25. OMD...I just need a hoooooge bouquet of those purple berry bush things...THEY ARE SO ME!!!

    Now, Wyatt...Stan and Scruffy survived the bows...I'm pretty sure our Bruvver pulled them off the boyz though he hotly denies it...

    I can't decide who makes the cuter girlie...besides me of course...

    We loved your post...that egg plant looks delicious...can we have a side of bacon with it?

    Kisses,
    Lacie

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  26. Wow...you all still have lotsa pretty colors at your house. We just got lots of brown and dead where we live. So it was awfully nice to come see all your Most Luvly flowers today!

    Wiggles & Wags,
    mayzie

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  27. Hi Wyatt and family,
    We have a Sasanqa Camellia too!! Ours is blooming too. Loved your pictures so much!!
    I am so happy to be here today. Blogger is happy today!! I have missed you all so much!! I hope blogger will be good for me now at least for a while!!
    XXOO, Bambi & Fern

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