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Camellia japonica Lady Loch Camellia sasanqua Tanya Camellia hybrid Elizabeth Anderson
Light pink, paeony form flowers, sometimes with deeper pink veining, and white, picotee-edged petals. Dense, upright habit. Flowers February to April.
One of the most compact, free-flowering and attractive of the sasanquas. Small, scented, deep rose-pink, single flowers on a low growing plant suitable for prostrate training. Flowers in October/November. Ideal for growing in containers. Best in a sunny, sheltered position Mid-pink, rose-form or formal double flowers in March to April. Vigorous, upright growth.
Camellia japonica Hawaii camellia japonica Spring Formal Camellia hybrid Scented Sun
Large, pale pink, paeony-form flowers, shading to white at the ends of the petals. Slow, upright growth. Late flowering, occasionally into June/July. Deep pink, medium-sized, formal double flowers with pointed petals. Vigorous, compact and upright growth. Flowers in April/May. Very large, white, semi-double flowers with an occasional pink stripe and a good apple-blossom fragrance. Vigorous, upright growth. Mid season flowering (March/April).
Camellia hybrid Winton Camellia hybrid Pink Granthamiana Camellia williamsii hybrid Mary Phoebe Taylor
Small, single white flowers with an occasional pink blush produced prolifically from January to March. Bronze-coloured young growth. Open, upright, slender growth. A hybrid form of Camellia granthamiana with large, pink single flowers in winter..
Rose pink semi-double or paeony form flowers in March/April.
Camellia japonica Jupiter Camellia japonica Shikibu camellia japonica Adelina Patti
Large, geranium-red, single flowers. Prominent central cylinder of stamens with white filaments. Compact, upright growth. Free flowering in mid season (March)
Medium to small, anemone-form flowers with a single row of 7-8 crimson petals surrounding a central cushion of white-edged petaloids. Dark green leaves, upright growth. Flowers in March and April. Bright rosy-pink single flowers, broadly banded white on the margin, with golden yellow anthers. Erect growth with pendulous branches, forming a slightly spreading bush. Flowers March to April.
camellia japonica Dahlohnega Camellia sasanqua Plantation Pink Variegated
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.
Cream-colored variegated foliage and scented, pink, single flowers in October/November. Vigorous, upright, habit. Will flower best in a sunny, sheltered position.