Since ancient times, the Camellia flowers have been enveloped around garden trees in Japan. Ranging from white to pink colors, they bloom colorfully even during the cold winters. The Camellia petals don't fall off individually-- the whole flower falls when it's time to drop. They're sometimes seen as a metaphor for people's heads falling off, so they have a bit of a dark, lonely side to them. Check out these illustrations!
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