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Owing to their large size and weight, the 30 Litre plants are expensive to send by courier. Accordingly, they may only be ordered online for delivery to addresses in England, Wales and Lowland Scotland, for which there is a fixed delivery charge of £25 per plant. (Alternatively, you can select 'In store pick-up' as the delivery option, and come to the nursery to collect your plant). Please note that, in order to facilitate packing, these plants are dispatched without a pot, and with the rootball wrapped.

If you live outside of the above-mentioned areas please contact us for a delivery cost.

If you'd like to see what any of these plants look like before ordering we can send you a picture - just let us know!
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camellia japonica Royal Velvet camellia japonica Firedance camellia japonica Adolphe Audusson
Rich red, medium-sized, semi-double flowers with a velvety sheen to the petals. Upright, compact, vigorous habit. Flowers in mid to late season (March to early May).
Medium-sized, deep red semi-double flowers with narrow petals. Vigorous, compact, open growth. Flowers February to April.
Large, bright red semi-double flowers March to April. Very reliable, with good glossy leaves. Open, upright growth.
camellia japonica Hagoromo Camellia sasanqua Plantation Pink camellia japonica Satsuma Kurenai
Very pale, blush pink, medium-sized, semi-double flowers with narrow, recurving petals. Medium, compact, upright growth forming a neat, tidy bush. Flowers February to April.
Large, scented, pink, single flowers in October/November. Vigorous, upright, open habit. Prefers a sunny, sheltered position. Medium to large, brilliant orange-red, rose-form flowers in March and April. Vigorous, upright, rather columnar growth.
Camellia japonica Silver Ruffles Camellia sasanqua Beatrice Emily Camellia sasanqua Variegata
Large, semi-double to loose paeony-form white flowers, with the petals giving a ruffled appearance. Upright, open, vigorous habit. Flowers March to May.
Fragrant, double, white flowers, pink on the backs of the petals. Upright, vigorous, open growth. Flowers in October/November. Prefers a sunny, sheltered position.


Scented, single white flowers with rose pink tips to the petals in October/November. Silvery, variegated foliage. Vigorous, upright habit.
camellia japonica Matterhorn Camellia japonica Kimberley camellia japonica Lemon Drop
White, formal double flowers on a bushy compact plant. Dark green leaves on downward sweeping branches. March/April flowering. Medium sized, vivid scarlet single flowers with a cluster of yellow stamens. Vigorous, upright growth. Flowers March to April.
White, miniature, rose-form double or anemone-form flowers with a pale lemon centre. Medium, compact, upright growth. Flowers in March/April.
camellia japonica Lovelight camellia japonica Elizabeth Hawkins Camellia japonica Midnight Magic
Large, white, semi-double flowers with heavy petals. Vigorous, upright, open growth. March/April flowering. Small, bright red, anemone form flowers. Compact, upright growth. Flowers February to April.
Very dark, maroon-red, paeony form flowers, the central petaloids of which are occasionally tinted white. Vigorous, narrow, upright growth, almost columnar in habit. Flowers late season (April)
Camellia japonica Kick Off Camellia japonica Jupiter Camellia vernalis Yuletide
Large, pale pink, paeony form flowers with deeper pink markings. Vigorous, compact and upright growth. Flowers February to March.
Large, geranium-red, single flowers. Prominent central cylinder of stamens with white filaments. Compact, upright growth. Free flowering in mid season (March)
Small, brilliant red, fragrant single flowers with a bright centre of golden anthers. Flowers between November and January, so usually in flower at Christmas.



Camellia oleifera camellia japonica Adelina Patti camellia japonica Carter's Sunburst
Flat, single, white flowers, with yellow stamens. The petals are occasionally tipped pink and the flowers are strongly scented. Flowers in October/November. Bright, rosy-pink, single flowers with white edges from March to April.
Pale pink flowers, striped with a deeper pink in March/April.
camellia transnokoensis
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.