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John Rickard

(Camellia, Daikagura Camellia, Japanese Camellia)

The tall camellia, ‘Daikagura’, has an upright to spreading habit and bears lots of pretty flowers from early winter to spring. The peony form blooms are large, semi-double and pink to dark rose.

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...

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John Rickard

(Camellia, Debutante Camellia, Japanese Camellia)

Debutante camellia is an evergreen shrub to small tree with an upright to rounded form. Asian in origin, it 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 medium, pale pink, peony-form flowers.

Camellia prefers partial sun to partial shade but will tolerate full sun once established, though sunscald may be a problem. The soil should be moist, acid and well-drained. This plant is notoriously...

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James Burghardt

(Camellia, Deep Secret Camellia, Japanese Camellia)

The ruffled, deep cardinal red flowers of 'Deep Scarlet' first appear in late winter. This Japanese camellia originated as a seedling selected by Les Jury of New Plymouth, New Zealand. It first bloomed in 1987 producing its large, semi-double blooms with a lemon yellow core of stamens. This broadleaf evergreen shrub develops an upright oval habit when mature.

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

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James Burghardt

(Camellia, Dick Hardison Camellia, Japanese Camellia)

The dark red, dahlia-like blossoms of the 'Dick Hardison' occur over a long midwinter-to-spring flowering season. This Japanese camellia first bloomed in 1992 and originated as a chance seedling selected by Dick P. Hardison of Tallahassee, Florida. Each formal double bloom has dark red petals with faintly blackish red edges. This broadleaf evergreen shrub develops a dense, upright oval habit when mature.

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

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James Burghardt

(Camellia, Dixie Knight Supreme Camellia, Japanese Camellia)

A vivid blend of red and white blotches decorates the flowers of 'Dixie Knight Supreme' making them easy to spot from a distance. This Japanese camellia originated as a mutation of 'Dixie Knight' and was selected at Wheeler's Nursery in Macon, Georgia. Its flower buds are large, plump and a bronze-green. Each semi-double bloom has ruffled scarlet red petals with random blotches of white. Golden yellow stamens occur in five distinct bundles among petals in the center of the flower. This compact broadleaf...

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James H. Schutte

(Camellia, Dixie Knight Camellia, Japanese Camellia)

The flowers of 'Dixie Knight' are frilly and dark red with a cluster of golden stamen clusters at their centers. This Japanese camellia originated as a chance seedling at Central Georgia Nurseries in Macon, Georgia. Its flower buds are large, plump and a bronzy green. Each semi-double bloom has ruffled scarlet red petals with faint darker red veins. The golden yellow stamens occur in five distinct bundles among petals in the center of each flower. This compact broadleaf evergreen shrub develops a...

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James Burghardt

(Camellia, Don-Mac Camellia, Japanese Camellia)

The dark red, crepe-like flowers of 'Don-Mac' are exquisitely ruffled and feminine. This cultivar originated as seedling nurtured by Sylvia Donahoo of Pensacola, Florida beginning in 1940. It bloomed for the first time in 1951. Each semi-double bloom has a yellowy crown of stamens in the center. This broadleaf evergreen shrub develops an upright oval habit when mature.

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

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Jessie Keith

(Camellia, Double Red Camellia, Japanese Camellia)

Double Red camellia is an evergreen shrub to small tree with an upright to rounded form. Asian in origin, it 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, red, formal double flowers. Prune plants shortly after they bloom.

Camellia prefers partial sun to partial shade but will tolerate full sun once established, though sunscald may be a problem. The soil should be moist, acid and well-drained....

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JC Raulston Arboretum at NC State University

(Camellia, Dr. J.C. Raulston Camellia, Japanese Camellia)

With flowers that look like red ruffled anemone blossoms, 'Dr. J.C. Raulston' is an especially pretty Japanese camellia for the garden. This cultivar originated as seedling nurtured at the Bond Nursery Corporation of Dallas, Texas, and was named for famed American horticulturist, J.C. Raulston. Each large, semi-double bloom has ruffled bright red to slightly red-orange petals and short petaloids. This broadleaf evergreen shrub develops an upright, dense, oval habit when mature.

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Jessie Keith

(Camellia, Drama Girl Camellia, Japanese Camellia)

The medium-sized Japanese camellia ‘Drama Girl’ has a vigorous, open habit with somewhat pendulous branches. Its large, semi-double blooms are salmon-rose and appear mid-season, from winter to spring. The blooms have yellow stamens and 20 to 30 heavily textured petals. It was selected in 1951 as a seedling of 'Latifolia Variegated', which originated in the California garden of Mrs Anne Galli.

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