Fluttering Flowers
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Regular readers of this blog know that your Road Trips Gardener considers butterflies as fluttering flowers (of course, they’re privileged visitors to gardens as well).
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Camellia Walks

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Wander through the camellias at Middleton Place Gardens, 4300 Ashley River Road, Charleston, South Carolina, from February 11, 2012, through March 24, 2012.

Colors range from white to shades of red and pink.

The Gardens, which Henry Middleton envisioned and began to create in 1741, reflect the grand classic style that remained in vogue in Europe and England into the early part of the 18th century. The principles of André Le Nôtre, the master of classical garden design who laid out the gardens at Vaux-le-Vicomte and the Palace of Versailles were followed. Rational order, geometry and balance; vistas, focal points and surprises were all part of the garden design.

(Photo by Cynthia Berridge)

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