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Carol Cloud Bailey

(Calypso Camellia, Camellia, Japanese Camillia)

This antique camellia cultivar bears large, double white blooms with sparse, faint-pink streaks. Originating in Italy in the early nineteenth century, 'Calypso' 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 upright, medium to large shrub has ascending, gray-barked branches and oval, glossy, dark-green leaves with weakly toothed edges. Each flower contains numerous...

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James H. Schutte

(Camellia, Cameo Pink Camellia, Japanese Camillia)

The cultivar 'Cameo Pink' bears a profusion of medium to large, fully double, light-pink flowers midway in the camellia bloom season. This sport of 'Lilyi' arose in the early twentieth century. 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 slow-growing, dense, medium to large shrub has ascending, gray-barked branches and oval, light-green leaves with serrated...

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James Burghardt

(Camellia, Camille Camellia, Japanese Camellia)

Large, double, rosy-pink blooms adorn the branches of 'Camille' in winter. Selected by E. Hulyn Smith of Valdosta, Georgia, 'Camille' originated as a chance seedling in about 1995. It is one of thousands of named cultivars and hybrids of Camellia japonica, a broadleaf evergreen shrub that has long been grown and treasured in its native East Asia.

This upright-growing, medium-sized shrub has ascending, gray-barked branches and oval, glossy, dark-green leaves with serrated edges. The...

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James Burghardt

(Camellia, Campari Camellia, Japanese Camellia)

The camellia 'Campari' bears medium to large, double pink blooms with crimson flecks and stripes. Bloom is from late winter to early spring, relatively late in the camellia season. Introduced by Armstrong Nurseries of Ontario, California, 'Campari' 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 Burghardt

(Camellia, Can Can Camellia, Japanese Camellia)

The semi-double flowers of 'Can Can' are silvery-pink with darker pink edges that are ruffled like an old-fashioned French petticoat. The center-most petals are wavy and intermingle with the golden stamens. This Japanese camellia cultivar originated as a mutant sport of 'Lady Loch' in 1956 at a nursery in St. Ives, New South Wales, Australia. It is a taller shrub that develops an upright oval habit when mature.

Treasured in eastern Asia for centuries, camellias were brought to the western...

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Maureen Gilmer

(Camellia, Carter's Sunburst Camellia, Japanese Camellia)

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

The cultivar ‘Carter’s Sunburst’ has a spreading habit and is of medium height. Fragrant, very large, semi-double, loose peony form blooms which means there...

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James Burghardt

(Camellia, Cereus Gardeners Camellia, Japanese Camellia)

Pale pink with a pearly shimmer, the cup-shaped blossoms of 'Cereus Gardeners' bloom in late winter and look like a combination between a rose and gardenia. The formal creamy ivory-pink flowers are fully double with outermost petals revealing random streaks of deeper pink. This Japanese camellia cultivar originated as a chance seedling selected by Elizabeth R. Scott of Aiken, South Carolina. The camellia first bloomed for her in 1983. This broadleaf evergreen shrub develops an upright oval habit...

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James Burghardt

(Camellia, Chadleri Elegans Camellia, Japanese Camellia)

A historic camellia, 'Chandleri Elegans' bears ruffled rosy flowers in late winter. The semi-double blooms are a rich rose with a central core of golden stamens. This Japanese camellia was selected by Alfred Chandler of Vauxhall, England in 1823. Originally just called 'Elegans', it was often incorrectly written as 'Chandleri Elegans' to distinguish it from other early 19th-century cultivars also named 'Elegans', such as those developed by Bauman and Bollwieler. This broadleaf evergreen shrub slowly...

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James Burghardt

(Camellia, Charlie Bettes Camellia, Japanese Camellia)

This early-blooming camellia produces large gardenia-like flowers from late fall to midwinter. Originating as an unnamed seedling, it was discovered and selected by Charles Bettes of Jacksonville, Florida in the late 1950s. This vigorous selection is a large shrub with a rounded habit and ascending, gray-barked branches and oval, glossy, dark-green leaves with serrated edges. Each bloom contains more than 50 pure white petals surrounding a central ruff of smaller "petaloids," which are interspersed...

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James Burghardt

(Camellia, Cherries Jubilee Variegated Camellia, Japanese Camellia)

A virus-induced sport of 'Cherries Jubilee', this 1993 introduction produces large, many-petaled, dark red blooms with white blotches. This relatively slow-growing, upright, medium to large shrub has ascending gray branches. Each bloom contains numerous white-splotched petals surrounding a central ruff of smaller "petaloids." The petaloids are interspersed with tufts of purple-pink stamens with golden anthers. This cultivar blooms from mid to late winter, midway in the Camellia japonica...