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.
Deep, ruby-red, medium-sized, full paeony-form flowers, occasionally showing white petaloids and stamens. Vigorous growth, forming an upright bush. Flowers March - April.
Also known as 'Golden Anniversary'.
Medium-sized, formal double flowers that can range in colour from creamy white to pale yellow. Upright, compact, slower growth habit with glossy, dark green leaves. Flowers April to May.