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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Camellia, Rose Sasanqua, Sasanqua )

The rose-pink flowered sasanqua has an upright habit and open loose branching. Its glossy dark green leaves are thin, leathery and elliptical. In early fall and winter it produces smaller single flowers of rich rose pink that surround a heart of gold filaments. The plants are long-blooming, and though the flowers are small they are numerous. It is not uncommon to see plants covered in flowers with many buds yet to open.

The colorful blooming jewels of Camellia sasanqua appear when late...

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John Rickard

(Camellia, Sasanqua , Setsugekka Sasanqua)

Warm days, cool nights - fall and it’s time to look for the colorful blooming jewels of Camellia sasanqua. These evergreen shrubs don’t get as much attention as their more popular cousin, the large-flowered common Japanese camellia, but they should. Native to Japan, sasanquas, as they are known to garden enthusiasts, have a long history of use for tea, oil and ornament.

The cultivar ‘Setsugekka’ is a very popular selection. It has glossy, thin but leathery, elliptical, dark green leaves...

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John Rickard

(Camellia, Sasanqua , Shishigashira Sasanqua)

Warm days, cool nights - fall and it’s time to look for the colorful blooming jewels of Camellia sasanqua. These evergreen shrubs don’t get as much attention as their more popular cousin, the large-flowered common Japanese camellia, but they should. Native to Japan, sasanquas, as they are known to garden enthusiasts, have a long history of use for tea, oil and ornament.

The Camellia sasanqua cultivar ‘Shishigashira’ has glossy, thin but leathery, elliptical, dark green leaves...

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JC Raulston Arboretum at NC State University

(Camellia, Sasanqua , Sparkling Burgundy Sasanqua)

Warm days, cool nights - fall and it’s time to look for the colorful blooming jewels of Camellia sasanqua. These evergreen shrubs don’t get as much attention as their more popular cousin, the large-flowered common Japanese camellia, but they should. Native to Japan, sasanquas, as they are known to garden enthusiasts, have a long history of use for tea, oil and ornament.

The cultivar ‘Sparkling Burgundy’ has glossy, thin but leathery, elliptical, dark green leaves with toothed margins....

(Camellia, Sasanqua , Stephanie Golden Sasanqua)

Warm days, cool nights - fall and it’s time to look for the colorful blooming jewels of Camellia sasanqua. These evergreen shrubs don’t get as much attention as their more popular cousin, the large-flowered common Japanese camellia, but they should. Native to Japan, sasanquas, as they are known to garden enthusiasts, have a long history of use for tea, oil and ornament.

The cultivar ‘Stephanie Golden’ has glossy, thin but leathery, elliptical, dark green leaves with toothed margins....

(Camellia, Sasanqua , Tanya Sasanqua)

Warm days, cool nights - fall and it’s time to look for the colorful blooming jewels of Camellia sasanqua. These evergreen shrubs don’t get as much attention as their more popular cousin, the large-flowered common Japanese camellia, but they should. Native to Japan, sasanquas, as they are known to garden enthusiasts, have a long history of use for tea, oil and ornament.

The cultivar ‘Tanya’ has glossy, thin but leathery, elliptical, dark green leaves with toothed margins which are...

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James Burghardt

(Camellia, Sasanqua , White Dove Sasanqua)

Warm days, cool nights - fall and it’s time to look for the colorful blooming jewels of Camellia sasanqua. These evergreen shrubs don’t get as much attention as their more popular cousin, the large-flowered common Japanese camellia, but they should. Native to Japan, sasanquas, as they are known to garden enthusiasts, have a long history of use for tea, oil and ornament.

The dwarf, variegated cultivar ‘White Doves’ has a low, spreading habit. Its glossy, dark-green leaves are have white...

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John Rickard

(William's Camellia)

The camellia is a tender, broadleaf, evergreen shrub much prized in warm climates for its abundant, showy flowers and glossy, shapely leaves. Camellia x williamsii is a hybrid between the Asian species Camellia japonica and Camellia saluenensis. The hybridization of these two plants was first made by J. C. Williams of Caerhays Castle in Cornwall in the early 1920s.

The beautiful camellias that resulted from this cross are generally quite hardy, large, and produce...

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James H. Schutte

(Angel Wings Camellia, William's Camellia)

The Angel Wings camellia is a tender, broadleaf evergreen shrub beloved in mild climates for its delicate pale orchid pink flowers and glossy, shapely leaves. This hybrid between Camellia japonica 'Dr. Tinsley' and Camellia saluenensis originated at Kramer's Bros. Nursery, Upland, California, before 1970. The hybridization of these two camellia species was first made by J. C. Williams of Caerhays Castle in Cornwall in the early 1920s.

Like most other Camellia × williamsii...

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Maureen Gilmer

(Beverly L. Baylies Camellia, William's Camellia)

This fast-growing, heavy-blooming camellia produces masses of medium-sized, semi-double, pink blooms. An open-pollinated hybrid of Camellia japonica and Camellia saluenensis, it originated as a seedling at Huntington Gardens, San Marino, California, in about 1960. The hybridization of these two camellia species was first made by J. C. Williams of Caerhays Castle in Cornwall in the early 1920s.

Like most other Camellia × williamsii cultivars, 'Beverly L. Baylies'...