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Camellia sasanqua 'Dwarf Shishi' Rhododendron x 'Rinpu' Camellia japonica 'Lilliputian' = Tiny Tot
Rhododendron x 'Rinpu'
Our Price: $20.00
1 year old plant = 1 quart pot.
This smaller plant has bright red, miniature flowers that are semi-double.
Like a dwarf conifer this plant is a slow grower but continues to grow about three inches each year.
At ten years it will be about 3' by 3' but at 20 years it could be 5' by 5'

Zone 7

Azalea (zone7-9) Compact, low growing, evergreen shrub that istwiggy and dense with a spreading to rounded form. The small leavesvary widely in shape, usually lance shaped to elliptic. Flowers often pinkish-purple in various patterns, are borne from May to June and also varies in sizes and shape.
‘Lilliputian’ (zone 6B) – In the mid 1980’s Barry Yinger collected seed from Camellias grown near the demilitarized
zone in South Korea. These have turned out to be some of the most cold hardy Camellias available. This seedling from
that collection has grown very slowly with a more spreading habit. We expect this to reach about two feet tall and four feet wide in ten years. The miniature flowers are a red single that starts blooming very early in the fall despite having C. japonica as a
parent. The cold hardiness is untested but we expect good hardiness. 'Lilliputian' is the new name for Tiny Tot; Tiny Tot has been used for another Camellia already.
Ilex opaca 'Maryland Dwarf' Camellia japonica 'Lilliputian' = Tiny Tot Camellia japonica 'Lilliputian' = Tiny Tot
(zone 5-9) Commonly known as "American Holly," this broad leaf evergreen produces greenish white blooms in late spring. It prefers full sun to part shade and moist, well drained soil. [3' H x 10' W]
‘Lilliputian’ (zone 6B) – In the mid 1980’s Barry Yinger collected seed from Camellias grown near the demilitarized
zone in South Korea. These have turned out to be some of the most cold hardy Camellias available. This seedling from
that collection has grown very slowly with a more spreading habit. We expect this to reach about two feet tall and four feet wide in ten years. The miniature flowers are a red single that starts blooming very early in the fall despite having C. japonica as a
parent. The cold hardiness is untested but we expect good hardiness. 'Lilliputian' is the new name for Tiny Tot; Tiny Tot has been used for another Camellia already.
‘Lilliputian’ (zone 6B) – In the mid 1980’s Barry Yinger collected seed from Camellias grown near the demilitarized
zone in South Korea. These have turned out to be some of the most cold hardy Camellias available. This seedling from
that collection has grown very slowly with a more spreading habit. We expect this to reach about two feet tall and four feet wide over ten years. The miniature flowers are a red single that starts blooming very early in the fall despite having C. japonica as a
parent. The cold hardiness is untested but we expect good hardiness. 'Lilliputian' is the new name for Tiny Tot; Tiny Tot has been used for another Camellia already.
Sasanqua-'October Magic 'Pink Perflexion Camellia japonica 'Vaughn's Seedling'
A semi-dwarf variety 4-5 feet tall x 4-5 wide
V
arious shades of pink with a hint of coral,
Beautiful formal double flowers
Lusious dark green foliage
Zone 7



Zone 7 From Norfolk Botanical Garden. this double red flowered camellia has compact growth and is quite upright.