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James Burghardt

(Adeyaka Camellia, Camellia, Japanese Camillia)

The large, single blooms of 'Adeyaka' are deep cherry red with lots of golden stamens in the center. This vigorous, medium-sized tree blooms heavily from winter through to spring.

Japanese camellia is a large, broadleaf evergreen shrub to small tree that originates from eastern Asia. It has attractive smooth gray branches that are furnished with oval, glossy, dark green leaves. From late winter to early spring, it bears large, waxy flowers that are excellent for cutting.

Camellia prefers...

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James Burghardt

(Adolphe Audusson Variegated Camellia, Camellia, Japanese Camillia)

A sturdy, broadleaf evergreen shrub with an upright, open habit, 'Adolphe Audusson Variegated' bears red and white-blotched flowers in late winter. This cultivar dates to the early 1940s when it was selected as a mutant sport from 'Adolphe Audusson', a historic cultivar from the 1870s. Its large, semi-double blooms of deep scarlet red have random blotches of white on the petals. As the flowers age, they open to show a core of golden stamens.

Treasured in eastern Asia for centuries, camellias...

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James Burghardt

(Al Ewan Camellia, Camellia, Japanese Camellia)

Massive bright red flowers are the glory of the 'Al Ewan' camellia. This cultivar was selected as a chance seedling found in Albert Ewan's garden in Charleston, South Carolina in the early 1990s. The very large, semi-double blooms are velvety red and open to show a core of golden stamens. The oldest flowers drop off entirely and litter the ground. This broadleaf evergreen shrub develops an upright, rounded habit.

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

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James Burghardt

(Alba Plena Camellia, Camellia, Japanese Camillia)

Regal in bloom with its plump, pure white flowers, 'Alba Plena' is one of the earliest known Japanese camellias selected in the West. Captain Connor, a ship captain overseeing transports from China to England, selected this plant in 1792 from cargo destined for Kew Gardens. The perfectly shaped snow white blooms are formal and fully double. This broadleaf evergreen shrub grows quite slowly but develops a bushy, rounded habit when mature.

Treasured in eastern Asia for centuries, camellias...

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James H. Schutte

(Allene Gunn Camellia, Camellia, Japanese Camillia)

The medium-sized, midseason, "peony-form" blooms of 'Allene Gunn' have blush-pink petals with darker pink edges. This cultivar was selected by C.V. Bozeman of Hattiesburg, Mississippi. It is one of thousands of named selections and hybrids of Camellia japonica, a broadleaf evergreen shrub that has long been grown and treasured in its native East Asia.

This moderate-growing, upright, medium to large shrub has ascending, gray-barked branches and oval, glossy, dark-green leaves with weakly...

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James H. Schutte

(Amabilis Camellia, Camellia, Japanese Camillia)

An heirloom French cultivar, 'Amabilis' bears large single white flowers in late winter to early spring. It originated in the mid-1820s in Nantes, France, but little information remains on its origins. This cultivar is one of thousands of named selections and hybrids of Camellia japonica, a broadleaf evergreen shrub that has long been grown and treasured in its native East Asia.

This upright, medium to large shrub has ascending, gray-barked branches and oval, dull green leaves with...

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James H. Schutte

(Anita Camellia, Camellia, Japanese Camellia)

The pale pink flowers of 'Anita' look as if they were decorated with an explosion of red confetti and streamers. Each semi-double bloom opens to reveal a core of golden stamens. This vigorous broadleaf evergreen shrub develops an upright but compact habit. It was first discovered in 1940 growing on the Baldwin Estate in Ontario, California.

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

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James H. Schutte

(Ann Blair Brown Variegated Camellia, Camellia, Japanese Camillia)

The medium-sized, midseason, "peony-form" blooms of 'Ann Blair Brown Variegated' have light pink petals with white blotches. This virus-induced sport of 'Ann Blair Brown' was selected by Richard Dodd of Marshallville, Georgia. It is one of thousands of named selections and hybrids of Camellia japonica, a broadleaf evergreen shrub that has long been grown and treasured in its native East Asia.

This slow-growing, dense, medium to large shrub has ascending, gray-barked branches and oval,...

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James Burghardt

(Apollo 14 Camellia, Camellia, Japanese Camillia)

The large pink and white flowers of 'Apollo 14' look almost like decorative dahlias. Each perfectly shaped, formal bloom is fully double; the abundance of petals masks the core of golden stamens at the center. This broadleaf evergreen shrub develops an upright, compact, but rounded, habit when mature. It originates from Georgetown, South Carolina and first bloomed in 1966.

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

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John Rickard

(Apple Blossom Camellia, Camellia, Japanese Camellia)

Camellias are tender evergreen shrubs much prized in warm climates for their abundant, showy flowers, but also their leaves, shapes, and longevity. The beautiful ‘Apple Blossom,’ is an upright, dense plant with small, glossy green leaves and fragrant flowers that have one or two ranks of broad white petals tinged cerise-red on their margins. The petals surround a prominent center of yellow stamens. Prune this shrub for shape and size as needed, but only right after the end of flowering. New buds...