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Glorious Rhododendrons!

What’s there not to like about big, beautiful rhododendron blooms? Our excessive precipitation in the Pacific Northwest this spring has had a prolific effect on our rhododendrons, everywhere. They are so glorious and so full of abundant blooms this year. … Continue reading

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Tropical Rhododendron Blooms

A attended a fall festival at the Rhododendron Species Botanical Garden in Federal Way, Washington, this weekend, in which the garden was open free to the public. This was a great opportunity for anyone who had not visited the garden … Continue reading

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It’s Azalea Time!

Along with Rhododendrons blooming are Azaleas. Do you know what the major difference is between these two flowers? Azaleas are actually a Rhododendron species, but the major, physical difference between the two is the number of stamen each has. Azaleas … Continue reading

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Camellias and Rhododendrons, Oh My!

For those of you following my blog, you know how I love to photograph in certain, local botanical gardens during the springtime and other seasons. With the cold weather behind us, things are really popping now in the blooms department! … Continue reading

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Happy First Day of Spring!

Hellebores and Daffodil It’s been a long winter, and I, for one, am so glad it’s over with! The past month was unseasonably cold, here in the Pacific Northwest. We had several instances of snow, which is rare for us. … Continue reading

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