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Camellia granthamiana Camellia grijsii Camellia oleifera
Very large, white single flowers in autumn, best grown in a conservatory or greenhouse. Very fragrant, single white flowers with heart-shaped petals in late winter and early spring. The leaves are relatively small with a coarse, leathery texture. Very upright habit.
Flat, single, white flowers, with yellow stamens. The petals are occasionally tipped pink and the flowers are strongly scented. Flowers in November/December.
Camellia sinensis camellia transnokoensis
The common tea plant. Produces small, single, white scented flowers in late autumn and early winter. Young growth in the spring can be picked and dried to make tea.
A very early, spring-flowering species that at first sight doesn't even look like a Camellia! Large numbers of small, single white flowers produced through the winter to early spring, followed by bronze-coloured new growth.