I don’t know the variety of camellia, but it’s a success story. When we moved in it was in a small pot by the front door. As the soil here is on the acid side of neutral I planted it out in the garden. From a sick, spindly, yellowing specimen it is now leafy and flowering. I should give it a bit of a supplement in a week or two though, it is showing tiny spots of chlorosis returning in the leaves.
There are still snowdrops drifting in some parts of the woodland
Primula vulgaris. Wild Primrose
And Daffodils in bud, a taste of things to come