To Kill a Mockingbird

what do Mrs. Dubose's camellia's represent


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I think they represent beauty and innocence that Mr. Dubose once had in her life. She cared for them in a way that she did not care for anything else. When Jem cut them down, in a fit of rage, he killed what innocence this bitter lady had.