Delicious monsters growing in my sister’s South African garden and a few Camellia from my garden today in England.

God has declared that those who receive Christ as their Redeemer, accepting Him as the One who takes away all sin, will receive pardon for their transgression.

He is able to save them to the uttermost that come unto God by him, seeing he ever maketh intercession for them.

Hebrews 7 : 25
This giant of a delicious monster was growing up a tree in the mountains 30km from Tzaneen in South Africa.
CAMELLIA
Be gentle with yourself and admire your blossoming. (Lisa R Charles)
Camellia grow and bloom better in partial shade (morning sun and dappled afternoon shade). They are ever green and can flower through winter. Mine had buds through winter but is flowering well now.
Shiny thick green leaves, red heart shaped petals soon to experience the winds of Storm Eunice. People are warned to stay indoors and it could be the worst for 30 years.

“There is only one thing more precious than our time and that’s who we spend it on.”

Leo Christopher

6 thoughts on “Delicious monsters growing in my sister’s South African garden and a few Camellia from my garden today in England.

  1. A piece of your garden aanf mine – about 10 000 apart🥰
    Those delicious monsters have the most fragrant flowers imaginable. They’re not beautiful, but smell wonderful. Fruit rather nice too.
    Miss you so!

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