Medium sized, anemone form flowers, with white petals surrounding a centre of tightly ruffled, pale primrose-yellow petaloids. Moderately vigorous, with a compact, bushy and rather columnar growth habit. Flowers March to April.|
Bred by Keith Brushfield in Australia, the flowers, leaves and growth habit of 'Brushfield's Yellow' are virtually indistinguishable from those of Camellia x williamsii 'Jury's Yellow'. Both are often referred to as being yellow-flowered camellias, but in fact the true, outer petals are white, and it is only the centre of the flower which has any yellow colouration.