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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...

Image of Camellia sinensis photo by: JC Raulston Arboretum at NC State University

JC Raulston Arboretum at NC State University

(Tea, Tea Camellia)

The leaves and buds of this evergreen Chinese tree are the source of the favorite beverage, tea. If left unpruned, a mature tree can reach a substantial size and typically has an upright habit and spreading crown. When grown for tea production, tea trees are severely pruned on a regular basis to keep them short and shrubby for easy harvest and heavier leaf production.

Tea trees have dark green, oval leaves that are leathery, glossy and have tiny teeth on the edges. Their central rib, or vein,...

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Pao Delal

(Rose Tea, Tea, Tea Camellia)

Blooming with pretty, pale-pink, fragrant flowers in autumn, ‘Rosea’ is a selection of its far more famous parent, the white-flowering camellia that gives us tea leaves. An evergreen tree with an upright to spreading habit, the parent species is native to China. When grown ornamentally (or yes, even for tea production), the plants are pruned to keep them in shrub-like form. Keep in mind that all tea plants, including ‘Rosea,’ are very slow growing.

This camellia has leathery, dark green, glossy...

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James Burghardt

(Vernal Camellia)

Vernal camellia is a long-lived evergreen shrub believed to be derived from a natural cross between Camellia japonica and C. sasanqua. Its evergreen leaves are glossy, dark green and elliptical, and its bark is smooth and gray. It has many cultivars, which display a variety of single, semi-double or double blossoms in various shades of pink, red-violet or white. These open after the fall-flowering sasanquas but before the winter-blooming common Japanese camellias.

Vernal camellias...

(Egao Camellia, Vernal Camellia)

The delicate pink flowers of 'Egao' vernal camellia are especially pretty. Each bloom is punctuated with a cluster of vivid yellow stamens. In Japanese, "egao" means "smiling face" and aptly describes its cheery blossoms.

Vernal camellia is a long-lived evergreen shrub believed to be derived from a natural cross between Camellia japonica and C. sasanqua. Its evergreen leaves are glossy, dark green and elliptical, and its bark is smooth and gray. Flowering occurs after the fall-flowering...

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JC Raulston Arboretum at NC State University

(Hiryu Camellia, Vernal Camellia)

The red, semi-double flowers of the fall-blooming 'Hiryu' much resemble shape of a Camellia sasanqua bloom. The petals often are rippled and may have deeply curved indentations.

Vernal camellia is a long-lived evergreen shrub believed to be derived from a natural cross between Camellia japonica and C. sasanqua. Its evergreen leaves are glossy, dark green and elliptical, and its bark is smooth and gray. Flowering occurs after the fall-flowering sasanquas but before...

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JC Raulston Arboretum at NC State University

(Star Above Star Camellia, Vernal Camellia)

The delicate petals of 'Star Above Star' are gently spoon shaped. Overall, its blooms are semi-double and range in color from white to lavender-pink.

Vernal camellia is a long-lived evergreen shrub believed to be derived from a natural cross between Camellia japonica and C. sasanqua. Its evergreen leaves are glossy, dark green and elliptical, and its bark is smooth and gray. Flowering occurs a little after the fall-flowering sasanquas but before the winter-blooming Japanese...