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James Burghardt

(April Remembered Camellia, Camellia, Japanese Camillia)

A long flowering season and improved cold hardiness makes 'April Remembered' a prized camellia cultivar. Developed by Dr. Clifford Parks in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, its large semi-double flowers are a delicate blend of creamy white and pale pink. Fully opened blooms show a crown of pale yellow to ivory stamens. The oldest flowers drop and litter the ground. First registered in 1993, this broadleaf evergreen shrub develops an upright but spreading habit when mature.

Treasured in eastern...

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JC Raulston Arboretum at NC State University

(April Tryst Camellia, Camellia, Japanese Camellia)

This extremely cold-hardy, broadleaf evergreen shrub to small tree has an upright, bushy habit. Developed by Dr. Clifford Parks in North Carolina, ‘April Tryst’ provides year-round interest due to its glossy dark green leaves and smooth gray bark. From late winter to spring, its rounded buds open to present many large, bright red, anemone-form flowers. The following year’s flower buds are set shortly after they bloom, so if needed, prune them directly after flowering.

Camellia prefers partial...

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Maureen Gilmer

(Arabella Camellia, Camellia, Japanese Camillia)

The camellia 'Arabella' bears semi-double to double, light-red blooms. This chance seedling was grown and selected by Mary Edinger of Hood, California, who named it in 1939. It is one of thousands of named selections and hybrids of Camellia japonica, a broadleaf evergreen shrub that has long been grown and treasured in its native East Asia.

This medium to large shrub has ascending, gray-barked branches and glossy, oval, medium-green leaves with weakly toothed edges. Each bloom has...

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James H. Schutte

(Arthur Middleton Camellia, Camellia, Japanese Camillia)

The camellia 'Arthur Middleton' produces fully double, deep-pink, midseason blooms. It originated at Middleton Gardens, Charleston, South Carolina, sometime before 1940. This cultivar is one of thousands of named selections and hybrids of Camellia japonica, a broadleaf evergreen shrub that has long been grown and treasured in its native East Asia.

This vigorous, upright, large shrub has ascending, gray-barked branches and oval, glossy, medium-green leaves with serrated edges. The many-petaled...

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James Burghardt

(Atomic Red Variegated Camellia, Camellia, Japanese Camellia)

Candy cane blooms are what set 'Atomic Red Variegated' apart from its parent, 'Atomic Red.' The medium-sized, semi-double flowers open to show a core of golden stamens. This broadleaf evergreen shrub develops slowly developing an open, upright habit when mature. Its leaves are slightly narrower than those of most other Japanese camellias, too.

Treasured in eastern Asia for centuries, camellias were brought to the western world by Jesuit missionary and botanist Georg Joseph Kamel, for whom they...

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James Burghardt

(Atomic Red Camellia, Camellia, Japanese Camillia)

Plump, round, bright red flowerbuds followed by brilliant red flowers are the hallmarks of 'Atomic Red' camellia. The medium-sized, semi-double flowers are prolific and open to show a flush of golden stamens. Spent flowers fall to the ground creating floral litter on lawns or pavement. This broadleaf evergreen shrub develops slowly, developing an open, upright habit when mature. Its leaves are a bit narrower than those of most other Japanese camellias, too. Hugh Shackelford of Albany, Georgia selected...

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James H. Schutte

(Ave Maria Camellia, Camellia, Japanese Camellia)

The large flowers of ‘Ave Maria’ are double, peony form blooms of pale, silvery pink and flower from late winter to early spring. It is relatively tall and has an upright, spreading habit.

Japanese camellia is a large, broadleaf evergreen shrub to small tree that originates from eastern Asia. It has attractive smooth gray branches that are furnished with oval, glossy, dark green leaves. From late winter to early spring, it bears large, waxy flowers that are excellent for cutting.

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James Burghardt

(Aztec Warrior Camellia, Camellia, Japanese Camillia)

Bright scarlet, ball-like flowers with curled petals appear on the 'Aztec Warrior' in late winter. Two different petal sizes make the semi-double flowers look plump and rounded. Once fully open, golden yellow stamens peek out among the petals. The oldest flowers drop off and litter the ground. This broadleaf evergreen shrub develops slowly, maintaining a rounded, upright habit when mature. Its leaves are a lighter green than those of most other Japanese camellias, too. Alec and Alice Horne of Moncks...

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James H. Schutte

(Barbara Colbert Camellia, Camellia, Japanese Camillia)

The large, early to midseason, semi-double blooms of 'Barbara Colbert' have rose-pink petals and yellow anthers. Originating from a cross between 'Jessie Katz' and 'Wildwood', it was raised and selected by Ralph E. May of Fernandina, Florida. This cultivar is one of thousands of named selections and hybrids of Camellia japonica, a broadleaf evergreen shrub that has long been grown and treasured in its native East Asia.

This vigorous, upright, medium to large shrub has ascending, gray-barked...

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James H. Schutte

(Berenice Beauty Camellia, Camellia, Japanese Camillia)

Resembling miniature peony blossoms, the medium-large, semi-double blooms of 'Berenice Beauty' are delicate pale pink with deeper pink edges. Fully open flowers show a core of golden stamens. This broadleaf evergreen shrub grows more vigorously than other selections and develops an upright habit when mature.

Treasured in eastern Asia for centuries, camellias were brought to the western world by Jesuit missionary and botanist Georg Joseph Kamel, for whom they are named. Their attractive smooth...