More hellebores have opened.
The camellias are approaching peak here. This is C. japonica 'Les Marbury'. I know I have shown it many times before, but I love the spiraled star-over-star pattern.
C. japonica 'Magnoliaeflora'
Again I will repeat myself, C. japonica 'Crimson Candles' is a very undemanding plant, especially considering the show it puts on.
If you have the right climate, why wouldn't you grow Edgeworthia chrysantha?
Spiraea thunbergia 'Ogon'
Narcissus 'Grand Soleil d'Or'
Hedera colchica 'Sulphur Heart'
The chilled weather seems to have added some red to Eucalyptus gunnii.
Lastly, I am so glad I added Iris unguicularis (Algerian Iris) to my garden. It doesn't bloom all winter, all the time, but sporadically from late November into March you get blooms here and there, like an unexpected, but pleasant surprise.
Garden Bloggers Bloom Day is a world-wide event that takes place on the 15th of each month, and is brought to you by the good grace of Carol over at May Dreams Gardens. You should go say hi.
BTW, stay tuned to my own blog, Winter Walk-Off 2013 is just around the corner.