Camellias, pansies, and violas are flourishing now and are perfect for easy window displays.
Photo: Ralph Anderson
Common camellia (Camellia japonica) is the queen of the Southern winter garden, with big, luscious blooms. Camellia’s heavy flowers like a little support and work best floating in shallow bowls or displayed in short, heavy vases or pitchers.
If you don't have any camellias in your garden, now is a great time to plant these.