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Image of Camellia x vernalis

John Rickard

(Vernal Camellia, Yuletide Camellia)

Fittingly named, 'Yuletide' blooms from late autumn to winter and produces single red flowers with a large, prominent cluster of yellow stamens in the center. The buds open a few at a time so that during the course of a frosty winter, not all flowers will be potentially lost.

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...

Image of Camellia x williamsii photo by: John Rickard

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'...

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James Burghardt

(Boozie B Camellia, William's Camellia)

Pale pink, rose-streaked blooms adorn the upright to spreading branches of this medium to large evergreen shrub. An open-pollinated seedling of Camellia × williamsii 'Creation', 'Boozie B' was selected by F. F. Becker of Brookhaven, Mississippi, in the late 1980s. Camellia × williamsii cultivars derive from crosses between Camellia japonica and Camellia saluenensis. Hybrids between these two East Asian natives were first raised by J. C. Williams...

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James Burghardt

(Charlean Variegated Camellia, William's Camellia)

The large, pink, white-blotched blooms of 'Charlean Variegated' appear midway to late in the camellia season. This virus-induced mutation of Camellia × williamsii 'Charlean' arose in the early 1960s.

Camellia × williamsii is the hybrid between the East Asian natives Camellia japonica and Camellia saluenensis. It was first raised by J. C. Williams of Caerhays Castle in Cornwall in the early 1920s.

A faster grower than most other Camellia...

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James H. Schutte

(Charlean Camellia, William's Camellia)

The large, pink, orchid-suffused blooms of 'Charlean' appear midway to late in the camellia season. Originating as a seedling of Camellia × williamsii 'Donation', this vigorous, hardy cultivar was bred and selected by William Stewart of Savannah, Georgia, in about 1950. Camellia japonica 'Donckelaeri' – a parent of 'Donation' – was the pollen parent.

Camellia × williamsii is the hybrid between the East Asian natives Camellia japonica and...

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James Burghardt

(Cile Mitchell Camellia, William's Camellia)

The long-blooming camellia 'Cile Mitchell' produces large, rose-like, pale orchid-pink flowers from early to late in the season. Selected in 1985 by Hulyn Smith of Valdosta, Georgia, 'Cile Mitchell' is one of many named hybrids between Camellia japonica and Camellia saluenensis, which are known collectively as Camellia × williamsii. The first named Camellia × williamsii selection was developed by J. C. Williams of Caerhays Castle in Cornwall in...

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John Rickard

(E.G. Waterhouse Variegated Camellia, William's Camellia)

The "formal-double," medium-sized blooms of this virus-infected sport of 'E.G. Waterhouse' are white with pink bands and streaks. Bloom occurs midway to late in the camellia season. Originating in Australia in the mid-1950s, 'E.G. Waterhouse Variegated' is one of many cultivars of Camellia × williamsii, the hybrid between the East Asian natives Camellia japonica and Camellia saluenensis. The first named Camellia × williamsii selection was developed...

Image of Camellia x williamsii

John Rickard

(E.G. Waterhouse Camellia, William's Camellia)

Winner of numerous awards for the form and color of its double pink blooms, the camellia 'E.G. Waterhouse' originated as an open-pollinated seedling in Gordon, New South Wales, Australia, in 1946. This mid- to late-season bloomer is one of many named hybrids between Camellia japonica and Camellia saluenensis, known collectively as Camellia × williamsii. The first named Camellia × williamsii selection was developed by J. C. Williams of Caerhays...