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James Burghardt

(James S. Reeve Camellia, William's Camellia)

The camellia 'James S. Reeve' produces large, semi-double, rose-red blooms midway in the camellia season. White stamens with yellow anthers cluster at their centers.

Originating as a random seedling, 'James S. Reeve' was selected by Houghton S. Hall of San Anselmo, California, in 1991. It is one of many named selections of Camellia × williamsii, the hybrid between the East Asian natives Camellia japonica and Camellia saluenensis. Camellia × williamsii...

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Bosh Bruening

(Jury's Yellow Camellia, William's Camellia)

From late fall to spring, 'Jury's Yellow' bears a succession of creamy-white flowers, each with a central ruff of pale yellow "petaloids." This large, broadleaf evergreen shrub has a dense, upright habit and attractive smooth gray branches furnished with oval, glossy, medium-green leaves. It is one of many named selections of Camellia × williamsii, the hybrid between Camellia japonica and Camellia saluenensis. The first Camellia × williamsii cultivars...

(Pink Charm Camellia, William's Camellia)

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James Burghardt

(Spring Daze Camellia, William's Camellia)

The camellia 'Spring Daze' bears small to medium, "formal double," pale-pink blooms with rose-pink edges. They open midway to late in the camellia season. Selected by Kramer Brothers Nursery, Upland, California, 'Spring Daze' is one of many named selections of Camellia × williamsii, the hybrid between the East Asian natives Camellia japonica and Camellia saluenensis. Camellia × williamsii cultivars were first raised by J. C. Williams of Caerhays...

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James Burghardt

(Taylor's Perfection Camellia, William's Camellia)

The camellia 'Taylor's Perfection' produces large, semi-double, light-pink flowers from early winter into spring. This large, rounded, broadleaf evergreen shrub has upright, gray-barked branches and oval, glossy, medium-green leaves. It is one of many named selections of Camellia × williamsii, the hybrid between Camellia japonica and Camellia saluenensis. The first Camellia × williamsii cultivars were developed by J. C. Williams of Caerhays Castle...

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Ednie Flower Bulb, Inc.

(Aida Canna, Canna, Canna Lily)

Aida canna is an easy-to-grow, tropical to subtropical herbaceous plant that may be grown as a perennial in tropical regions or tender perennial in temperate regions. Developed in the 1920’s by Howard and Smith, ‘Aida’ is part of the premier group of cannas and has large, showy, lily-like flowers of salmon pink to peach and bold fresh green leaves.

Its thick fleshy rhizomes transplant and divide easily, and in temperate zones it may be dug and brought into a cool, dry garage or basement to...

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Jesse Saylor

(Siberian Peashrub)

Siberian peashrub is an upright, oval deciduous shrub with sparse, thorned branches native to eastern Asia. Fine-textured leaves are light green in spring and summer and briefly yellow-green in fall. Yellow flowers appear in spring followed by tan seed pods in autumn.

Siberian peashrub tolerates poor, dry soils in full sun and is an excellent plant for hedges and screening in harsh conditions.

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Jesse Saylor

(Siberian Peashrub)

Siberian peashrub is an upright, oval deciduous shrub with sparse, thorned branches native to eastern Asia. Fine-textured leaves are light green in spring and summer and briefly yellow-green in fall. Yellow flowers appear in spring followed by tan seed pods in autumn.

Siberian peashrub tolerates poor, dry soils in full sun and is an excellent plant for hedges and screening in harsh conditions.

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Russell Stafford

(Siberian Peashrub)

Siberian peashrub is an upright, oval deciduous shrub with sparse, thorned branches native to eastern Asia. Fine-textured leaves are light green in spring and summer and briefly yellow-green in fall. Yellow flowers appear in spring followed by tan seed pods in autumn.

Siberian peashrub tolerates poor, dry soils in full sun and is an excellent plant for hedges and screening in harsh conditions.

Image of Caragana arborescens

Jesse Saylor

(Siberian Peashrub)

Siberian peashrub is an upright, oval deciduous shrub with sparse, thorned branches native to eastern Asia. Fine-textured leaves are light green in spring and summer and briefly yellow-green in fall. Yellow flowers appear in spring followed by tan seed pods in autumn.

Siberian peashrub tolerates poor, dry soils in full sun and is an excellent plant for hedges and screening in harsh conditions.