Camellia transnokoensis is a very early spring flowering species camellia that is native to the island of Taiwan. The pink-tipped buds open into clusters of small, white flowers which have a long cylinder of white, gold-tipped stamens. The flowers usually start opening during December and can continue until March. With bronze-coloured new growth in the spring, small leaves and an elegant, upright habit, this an outstanding feature camellia plant for the garden. Once established, it will cope with the harshest of winters in the south of England, but provide some protection in more northern areas.|
N.B. The 5 litre plants have few, or even no, flower buds for this spring as they were pruned back hard when they were potted last year. However they will flower well from next year.