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Camellia chrysanthoides
Our Price: $16.00

This species from southern Guangxi has bright yellow flowers about 1.5 inches across and is easy to grow with good resistance to dieback disease. Spring bloom. The foliage emerges with a strong burgundy red color and the large leaves have strongly impressed veins. Some seedlings survived outdoors last year with a low temperature of 13F. (Zone 8b)
Camellia chrysanthoides
Camellia chrysanthoides
Our Price: $27.00

This species from southern Guangxi has bright yellow flowers about 1.5 inches across and is easy to grow with good resistance to dieback disease. Spring bloom. The foliage emerges with a strong burgundy red color and the large leaves have strongly impressed veins. Some seedlings survived outdoors last year with a low temperature of 13F. (Zone 8b) [1 gallon pot]
Camellia japonica 'Dahlonega'
Camellia japonica 'Dahlonega'
Our Price: $16.00

1 year old plant = 2 qt pot.
The small plant has open upright growth. Pale yellow formal double flowers are produced late in the season. This was developed by Walter Homeyer and the name is a Cherokee word for gold. The plant is a slow and compact grower.

Hardy to USDA Zone 7A
Flower Form, Size: Formal Double, Small-Medium
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Bloom (NC): April 
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Camellia japonica 'Dahlonega'
Camellia japonica 'Dahlonega'
Our Price: $60.00

3 year old plant = 3 gallon pot.
The plant has open upright growth. Pale yellow formal double flowers are produced late in the season. This was developed by Walter Homeyer and the name is a Cherokee word for gold. The plant is a slow and compact grower. Hardy to USDA Zone 7A
Habit: 
Bloom (NC):  
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Camellia japonica 'Lemon Glow'
Camellia japonica 'Lemon Glow'
Our Price: $60.00

3 year old plant = 3 gallon pot.
This sport of 'Dahlonega' has slightly more yellow in the flower but the same formal double flowers that appear late in the season.

Zone 7
Camellia octapetala
Our Price: $60.00

3 year old plant.

Most years our outdoor plants set an impressive crop of fruits. The brown fruits are massive and are the size of oranges and most seeds germinate. The pale yellow flowers are 1-2 inches across and appear in the fall. The foliage is large and distinctive with a glossy light green-grayish cast. The wild distribution ranges from southwestern Zhejiang province into western Fujian province.

Zone 7A
Camellia octapetala
Camellia octapetala
Our Price: $27.00

2 year old plant seedling = 1 gallon pot. Most years our outdoor plants set an impressive crop of fruits. The brown fruits are massive and are the size of oranges and most seeds germinate. The pale yellow flowers are 1-2 inches across and appear in the fall. The foliage is large and distinctive with a glossy light green-grayish cast. The wild distribution ranges from southwestern Zhejiang province into western Fujian province. Hardy to USDA Zone 7A
Camellia X 'Buttermint'
Camellia X 'Buttermint'
Our Price: $16.00


Curiously this hybrid from Nuccio's has a pale yellow color while neither parent has yellow flowers and the formal double flowers on a first generation hybrid are also unusual. The pale yellow, miniature, formal double flowers appear over a long season starting in March and in profusion. The seed parent was C. kissi which is a small flowered and small leafed species. This plants grows well with smallish light green leaves.

This plant flowered heavily for us this spring, and we took and informal survey of our customers - aside from loving the sweet little flower, they all agreed the flower had a scent reminiscent of butter mints. Limited Availability


Hardy to USDA Zone 7B
Flower Form/Size: Formal Double/Miniature
Habit:
Bushy
Bloom time (NC): March
10 year size:
Parentage: Seedling of Camellia kissi
Camellia x 'Buttermint'
Our Price: $60.00

Camellia X 'Buttermint'
Camellia X 'Buttermint'
Our Price: $27.00

2 year old plant = gal pot.

Curiously this hybrid from Nuccio's has a pale yellow color while neither parent has yellow flowers and the formal double flowers on a first generation hybrid are also unusual. The pale yellow, miniature, formal double flowers appear over a long season starting in March and in profusion. The seed parent was C. kissi which is a small flowered and small leafed species. This plants grows well with smallish light green leaves.

This plant flowered heavily for us this spring, and we took and informal survey of our customers - aside from loving the sweet little flower, they all agreed the flower had a scent reminiscent of butter mints. Limited Availability


Hardy to USDA Zone 7B
Flower Form/Size: Formal Double/Miniature
Habit:
Bushy
Bloom time (NC): March
10 year size:
Parentage: Seedling of Camellia kissi