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Camellia x 'Ashton's Fragrant Jewel'
Our Price: $20.00

(zone 7)-  This is a miniature, deep lavender pink rose form double.  The very fragrant flowers are produced mid-season.  The plant habit is upright and the growth rate is vigorous.  This is  a C. japonica ssp rsuticana x C. lutchensis hybrid developed by Dr. Ackerman.
Camellia x 'Dream Quilt'
Our Price: $20.00

A patch work of pink and white petals make up this frilly flower. The form is semi-double with narrow petals curving upwards like fingers. This seedling of 'Yume' was introduced by Bobby Green. .
Abelia chinensis
Our Price: $20.00

NEW Abelia chinensis (zone 7-9) – This semi-evergreen large shrub is an incredible butterfly attractant. Small white, fragrant flowers adorn the plant from July to September. It prefers full sun to part shade and moist, but well-drained soils. [6’TX 6’W]
Buxus sempervirens 'Ruth Randolph'
Our Price: $20.00

Buxus sempervirens ‘Elegantissima’ (zone 6-8) – A pale green boxwood that prefers full sun to part shade.  [5’T X 4’W]
Picea glauca 'Daisy's White'
Our Price: $20.00

NEW Picea glauca ‘Daisy White’ (zone 3-7) – A dwarf conifer with wonderfully white new growth. This is a perfect
addition to a rock garden or conifer garden. Plant in full sun with moist but well-drained soils. [4’T X 1’W] $16
Rhododendron x 'Rinpu'
Our Price: $20.00

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.
Spiraea thunbergii 'Mt. Fuji'
Our Price: $20.00

Agave lophantha 'Splendida'
Our Price: $20.00

NEW Agave lophantha ‘Splendida’ (zone 7-10) – This succulent forms small rosettes of fleshy bicolored leaves. This
native Agave suckers close to the mother plant and over time can create a wonderfully spiky mound of multi-colored beauty.
This Agave survived last year’s Polar Vortex. [1’T X 1’W] $20
Camellia sasanqua 'Green's Blues'
Our Price: $20.00

zone 7
Like a hydrangea, this Camellia will produce blue flowers in low pH soils. Semi-double to rose forn medium sized flowers are produced in November on a compact and spreading plant. This is a seedling of 'Shi Shi Gashira' and has a very similar habit, but it produces bluish pink flowers.
Camellia sinensis from China
Camellia sinensis "Lipton Plantation"
Our Price: $20.00

(zone 7-10)- This clone of tea is grown from plants saved from a Lipton owned plantation in Alabama before all the plants were destroyed. The plant is similar to the small leaf form we sell but appears to be slightly more upright growing. The flowers are typical small white flowers in October and November. The growth is vigorous and plants have established in the ground quite easily. The cold hardiness is very good the last two years which have tested many plants to their limits so I am confident in rating this zone 7A.

Hardy to USDA Zone: 7A
Flower Form, Size: Single, Small
Habit: Vigorous, upright and spreading
Bloom Time (NC): September - November
10 year size: 8'T X 8'W
Camellia japonica 'Korean Flame'
Our Price: $20.00

A variegated branch sport of 'Korean Fire' found by Michael Vaughn.  Small single red flowers are produced in mid-winter.  Considering its parentage, this should boast great cold hardiness (zone 6a), though we have only had it a few years and have not tested for extreme hardiness.
Camellia sasanqua 'October Magic Carpet'
Our Price: $20.00

Camellia sasanqua October Magic (r) Ruby PP #24,538
Our Price: $20.00

(Zone 7)-  This deep reddish pink peony form flower will be one of the most popular once people know about it. The plant is very compact and heavy blooming. I expect it will reach about 5 feet tall and 5 feet wide in 12 years.  A Green Nurseries introduction offered through the Southern Living Plant Collection.
Abelia x 'Canyon Creek'
Our Price: $20.00

(zone 7-9) – This semi-evergreen large shrub is an incredible butterfly attractant. Small pinkish-white, fragrant flowers adorn the plant from July to October. It prefers full sun to part shade and moist, but well-drained soils. [5’T x 6’W]
Buxus harlandii
Our Price: $20.00

NEW Buxus harlandii (zone 7-9) – Harland’s Boxwood is a vast improvement over your typical boxwood. It is drought
tolerant and pest resistant. It has lustrous, dark green leaves and a dense, rounded vase shape. Plant in sun to part shade and
well-drained soil. [5’T X 5’W]
Camellia japonica 'Junior Prom'
Our Price: $20.00

(Zone 7)
This white to faintest blush pink peony to rose form double has large flowers early to mid-season. The growth is vigorous.
Camellia X 'Ashton's Ballet'
Camellia X 'Cile Mitchell'
Our Price: $20.00

The flowers of 'Cile Mitchell' are medium pink and rose-like formal double. This blooms in the winter/early spring for us. (Camellia x williamsii)

Hardy to USDA Zone: 7A
Camellia japonica 'All American Variegated'
Our Price: $20.00

Zone 7

A striking full peony form flower with red and white marbling throughout the flower. The flower is medium sized on a very compact and upright growing plant.
Camellia japonica 'Bev Piet's Smile'
Our Price: $20.00

Zone 7

This dark red mottled with white flower can be semi double to peony form. A new variety only introduced in 2008.
Camellia japonica 'Korean Fire'
Camellia japonica 'Burdgundy Boy'
Our Price: $20.00

Zone 7

A very dark red small semi-double that blooms mid to late season. So far it has been a slow grower with small leaves.
Camellia japonica 'Korean Snow'
Camellia sasanqua 'Shin Otahaku'
Our Price: $20.00

zone 7

This Higo Camellia has pure white petals with wide flaring stamens. The flowers are large in size and comes from Kumamoto, Japan.
Camellia japonica 'Wendy Red'
Our Price: $20.00

zone 7
This large dark red semi-double blooms over a long period from early to late season. The plant has vigorous upright and open growth.
Camellia sasanqua 'Aglaia'
Camellia sasanqua 'Northern Exposure'
Our Price: $20.00

Zone: 6B

The available information is limited on this variety. It is a single large white flower with open from pink buds. The bloom season is early and the plant is vigorous. I suspect it is a C. sasanqua x C. oleifera hybrid.


Camellia X 'Winter's Charm'
Camellia x vernalis 'Dabney's Star'
Our Price: $20.00

zone 7

This large white semi-double to loose peony form flower blends with pink at the petal tips and blooms in November and December in NC. The originator, Bobby Green reports this has an extended bloom season. The plant is sturdy and upright growing. (Seedling of C. x vernalis 'Star Above Star')
Camellia X 'Winter's Charm'
Camellia x 'Dream Team'
Our Price: $20.00

zone 7

The medium sized pink flowers have mostly white outer petals for a unique bicolor flower. The astounding number of flower buds allows the bloom season to be extended from October until February. Slow spreading growth at first will develop into a round shrub in several years.
Camellia sasanqua 'Moonshadow'
Our Price: $20.00

zone 7
This is one of the most striking fall bloomers with big double flowers and with pink petal edges contrasting with the white background. The plant is early blooming on an upright and vigorous plant. Originated by Bobby Green in Fairhope, Alabama.
Camellia sasanqua 'October Magic Bride' PP#20,539
Our Price: $20.00

zone 7
The pure white double flowers are presented on a background of dark green foliage. The plant grows more slowly than most and thus does not require a heavy summer pruning to keep good form. It develops into a conical dense shape. PP#20539
Camellia sasanqua 'October Magic Dawn' PP#20,453
Our Price: $20.00

zone 7
The very soft pink flowers have delicate shading so that each bloom is a little different from each other. The plant is upright pyramidal with dense dark green foliage. PP#20453
Camellia sasanqua 'October Magic Ivory' PP#24,887
Our Price: $20.00

zone 7
The white flowers are peony form with unusual narrow petals with a touch of pink; the flower almost looks like a carnation. The plant grows in a bush, symmetrical and upright habit making it a good choice for landscaping. PP#24887
Camellia sasanqua 'October Magic Rose' PP#20,506
Our Price: $20.00

zone 7
This is named for the growth habit which resembles a "pillar rose' and the tight clusters of flowers that appear along the stems like a floribunda rose. A tight column can be maintained with pruning. The flowers are deep pink and bloom over a long season. PP#20506
Camellia sasanqua 'Purple Haze'
Our Price: $20.00

zone 7
The small rose form to formal double flowers are purplish pink in acid soil. The October bloom attracts attention when seen in the nursery. The plant has a bushy and upright growth habit.
Camellia sasanqua 'Radiant Pixie'
Our Price: $20.00

zone 7
The bright white rose form flowers are edged with pink and are produced in profusion starting in the early fall. This selection from Bobby Green blooms too early for the Gulf Coast, but performs admirably in NC where early bloom is beneficial because it avoids early freezes. The plant is a slower grower, but we need more time to evaluate it.
Camellia x 'Robiraki'
Our Price: $20.00

zone 7
This natural crossing between C. japonica ssp rusticana x C. sinensis has pale pink flowers that are miniature and single. I have seen this one bloom in July, but it usually blooms in early fall.
Camellia sasanqua 'Silver Dollar'
Our Price: $20.00

zone 7
This white peony form blooms in early to mid fall on a compact slower growing plant. With some pruning, this variety could be used as a foundation planting.
Camellia sasanqua 'Yuletide Season'
Our Price: $20.00

zone 7
This is a nice red double with a long bloom period. The plant has a compact and upright habit, while the dark green foliage is very pretty.
Camellia japonica 'Ashton's Pink Cloud'
Our Price: $20.00

zone 6B
This medium light pink miniature to small peony form flower is very floriferous and very cold hardy according to Mrs. Kitty Ackerman. (Limited Supply)
Camellia sinensis Black Sea Tea
Camellia sinensis 'Fuiri'
Our Price: $20.00

'Fuiri' is a variegated leaf form of tea obtained from a Hawaiian customer with a huge Camellia collection. A google search does not turn up anything so the origin story of this is a secret. The leaf on this variety has a irregular white edge and there are yellow mottles caused by the yellow mottle virus. The plant is slow growing at first but once established it grows pretty well. The leaves are relatively small compared to other tea plants. I expect this will be grown as a collector's plant or as an ornamental rather than for harvesting the leaves. It has typical white single flowers like other Camellia sinensis. The ultimate size is unknown.
Camellia X 'Winter's Charm'
Camellia sasanqua 'Cotton Candy'
Our Price: $20.00

Zone 7

An older variety not seen much anymore. It is a medium sized, pink semi-double with ruffled petals.
Spiraea thunbergii 'Fujino Pink'
Our Price: $25.00

(zone 5-8) – Commonly called "Fujino Pink Spirea," it is a broad leaf, deciduous shrub with pink branches. White flowers appear in the spring. It prefers full sun and well drained soil. [5’T X 3’W]

Price is for a plant in a 3 quart pot.
Ilex x attenuata 'Bronze Beauty'
Our Price: $25.00

This holly is similar to Foster Holly but with bronze colored new growth. It is female with red berries. Probably reaching 20 to 25 feet tall.

Price is for a plant in a 3 quart pot.
Ilex integra 'Ogon', Gold Nepal Holly
Ilex integra 'Ogon', Gold Nepal Holly
Our Price: $25.00

(zone 7-9)- The "Gold Nepal Holly" is a female form, producing brilliant red berries in fall-winter which contrast well against the golden, spineless foliage. Originally from Japan, this upright holly can reach 15' tall by 8' wide. Plant in full-part sun for best foliage coloration, with well drained, moist, acidic soil. This is a wonderful specimen to add to a shrub border or to use for screening. Plant a male specimen near by for required pollination, and prune in late winter-early spring, before flowering, to ensure berry set. [15'T x 8'W]

Price is for a plant in a 3 quart pot.
Ilex vomitoria 'Yawkey'
Our Price: $25.00

This yellow berried form of Yaupon holly was found on the TA Yawkey plantation in South Carolina. The form is relatively open and spreading. Yaupon holly leaves are used to make a caffenated black drink. Zone 7. Photo credit: JCRA

Price is for a plant in a 4 quart pot.
Thujopsis dolobrata 'Jurassic Park'
Our Price: $25.00

'Jurassic Park' is a selection of Hiba arborvitae with especially thick and enlarged leaf scales which give it a primitive look. We obtained cuttings from the Unique Plant here in Chapel Hill where their plant grows in full sun. 'Jurassic Park' is a much better grower and more tolerant of less than ideal sites compared with other Thujopsis. Normally I would place Thujopsis in a partially shaded location and sometimes establishing the plant is still difficult.
Camellia japonica 'Kifukurin Benikarako' = 'Variegated selection by Doug'
Our Price: $30.00

This miniature red anemone form blooms early to mid-season. The leaves have a yellow-green border and the plant is upright growing.
Camellia japonica 'Korean Flame'
Our Price: $30.00

A variegated branch sport of 'Korean Fire' found by Michael Vaughn.  Small single red flowers are produced in mid-winter.  Considering its parentage, this should boast great cold hardiness (zone 6a), though we have only had it a few years and have not tested for extreme hardiness.
Camellia japonica 'Mark Alan'
Our Price: $30.00

A beautiful wine red semi-double to peony form camellia with large flowers, narrow petals and upright growth. Flower in early to mid-season.
Camellia japonica 'Violetta'
Our Price: $30.00

zone 7

Formerly know as 'Tom Krenitsky Blue.' Violetta is another ugly duckling story like 'Tudor Baby.' My dad culled some seedlings and Tom Krenitsky planted these at The Fields where the soil pH is 4 or lower. This seedling thrived where other Camellias struggled and it has purple blue flowers with deeper blue veining. The low soil pH emphasizes the bluing of Camellia Flowers which made this selection more noticeable. Even in pots, the flowers have a blue cast to the deep pink single flowers. The medium sized blooms open early in the season and the plant has a spreading habit.
Camellia x 'Dream Quilt'
Our Price: $30.00

A patch work of pink and white petals make up this frilly flower. The form is semi-double with narrow petals curving upwards like fingers. This seedling of 'Yume' was introduced by Bobby Green. .
Camellia sasanqua 'October Magic Carpet'
Our Price: $30.00

zone 7
This plant develops a bushy, spreading habit which we expect will not grow over 4 feet tall. The double flowers have frilly petals in a deep pink, showing a boss of yellow stamens in most flowers. This blooms later, usually in November in NC. PP#27597
Camellia sasanqua October Magic (r) Ruby PP #24,538
Our Price: $30.00

(Zone 7)-  This deep reddish pink peony form flower will be one of the most popular once people know about it. The plant is very compact and heavy blooming. I expect it will reach about 5 feet tall and 5 feet wide in 12 years.  A Green Nurseries introduction offered through the Southern Living Plant Collection.
Camellia japonica 'Pink Pagoda'
Our Price: $30.00

(zone 7) - This is a rose pink medium to large formal double with vigorous upright growth.
Abelia chinesis Compact
Our Price: $30.00

NEW Abelia chinensis (zone 7-9) – This semi-evergreen large shrub is an incredible butterfly attractant. Small white, fragrant flowers adorn the plant from July to September. It prefers full sun to part shade and moist, but well-drained soils. [3’T x 3’W]

6 quart size
Berberis wilsoniae
Our Price: $30.00

(zone 7-9)- A compact, semi-evergreen to deciduous species that forms low mounds of tiny sea-green leaves which turn bright colors in fall. In spring bright yellow flowers adorn the branches, followed by an incredible show of coral colored berries in the fall. It is great for coastal gardens, being salt tolerant, and is noted as “deer resistant”. the spines are large, so be careful when handling! [4’T x 6’W]

Cleyera japonica 'Fortunei'
Our Price: $30.00

This variegated form has thin cream margins to the leaves. The new growth emerges pink. Also called 'Tricolor'

Price is for a 4 quart plant.

Camellia japonica 'Frank Gibson'
Our Price: $30.00

Zone 7
An anemone form white with a single row of large outer petals and numerous petaloids in the center. The plant blooms early to mid-season.
Camellia x 'Senritsu-Ko'
Our Price: $30.00

(zone 8) A small to medium formal to rose-form double. It has beautiful light yellow toned flowers. Peach pink near edges. It has a moderately fast, upright and open growth habit.
Eleocarpus decipiens
Our Price: $30.00

Commonly known as "Japanese Blueberry Tree." This selection has proven to be more cold hardy than other species we have trialed. Possibly hardy to zone 7B.

Price is for a 3 quart plant.
Ilex x attenuata 'Bronze Beauty'
Our Price: $30.00

This holly is similar to Foster Holly but with bronze colored new growth. It is female with red berries. Probably reaching 20 to 25 feet tall.

Price is for a plant in a 4 quart pot.
Ilex integra 'Ogon', Gold Nepal Holly
Ilex integra 'Ogon', Gold Nepal Holly
Our Price: $30.00

(zone 7-9)- The "Gold Nepal Holly" is a female form, producing brilliant red berries in fall-winter which contrast well against the golden, spineless foliage. Originally from Japan, this upright holly can reach 15' tall by 8' wide. Plant in full-part sun for best foliage coloration, with well drained, moist, acidic soil. This is a wonderful specimen to add to a shrub border or to use for screening. Plant a male specimen near by for required pollination, and prune in late winter-early spring, before flowering, to ensure berry set. [15'T x 8'W]

Price is for a plant in a 4 quart pot.
Ilex vomitoria 'Yawkey'
Our Price: $30.00

This yellow berried form of Yaupon holly was found on the TA Yawkey plantation in South Carolina. The form is relatively open and spreading. Yaupon holly leaves are used to make a caffenated black drink. Zone 7. Photo credit: JCRA

Price is for a plant in a 6 quart pot.
Camellia japonica 'Lilliputian' = Tiny Tot
Our Price: $30.00

‘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.
Camellia sasanqua 'Aglaia'
Camellia sasanqua 'Northern Exposure'
Our Price: $30.00

Zone: 6B

The available information is limited on this variety. It is a single large white flower with open from pink buds. The bloom season is early and the plant is vigorous. I suspect it is a C. sasanqua x C. oleifera hybrid.

2 year old plant = 1 gallon pot.

Camellia japonica 'Ester Smith'
Our Price: $30.00

White with pink stripes, occasionally. Medium to full peony form. Blooms early to mid season.
Camellia japonica 'Korean Snow'
Camellia sasanqua 'Shin Otahaku'
Our Price: $30.00

zone 7

This Higo Camellia has pure white petals with wide flaring stamens. The flowers are large in size and comes from Kumamoto, Japan.
Camellia japonica 'Wendy Red'
Our Price: $30.00

Camellia X 'Winter's Charm'
Camellia sasanqua 'Cotton Candy'
Our Price: $30.00

zone 7

An older variety not seen much anymore. It is a medium sized, pink semi-double with ruffled petals.
Camellia X 'Winter's Charm'
Camellia x vernalis 'Dabney's Star'
Our Price: $30.00

zone 7

This large white semi-double to loose peony form flower blends with pink at the petal tips and blooms in November and December in NC. The originator, Bobby Green reports this has an extended bloom season. The plant is sturdy and upright growing. (Seedling of C. x vernalis 'Star Above Star')
Camellia X 'Winter's Charm'
Camellia sasanqua 'Daydream Believer'
Our Price: $30.00

zone 7

A large white single with rapid upright growth makes an excellent choice for a hedge.
Camellia X 'Winter's Charm'
Camellia x 'Dream Team'
Our Price: $30.00

zone 7

The medium sized pink flowers have mostly white outer petals for a unique bicolor flower. The astounding number of flower buds allows the bloom season to be extended from October until February. Slow spreading growth at first will develop into a round shrub in several years.
Camellia sasanqua 'Purple Haze'
Our Price: $30.00

zone 7
The small rose form to formal double flowers are purplish pink in acid soil. The October bloom attracts attention when seen in the nursery. The plant has a bushy and upright growth habit.
Camellia sasanqua 'Radiant Pixie'
Our Price: $30.00

zone 7
The bright white rose form flowers are edged with pink and are produced in profusion starting in the early fall. This selection from Bobby Green blooms too early for the Gulf Coast, but performs admirably in NC where early bloom is beneficial because it avoids early freezes. The plant is a slower grower, but we need more time to evaluate it.
Camellia sasanqua 'Silver Dollar'
Our Price: $30.00

zone 7
This white peony form blooms in early to mid fall on a compact slower growing plant. With some pruning, this variety could be used as a foundation planting.
Camellia sasanqua 'Yuletide Season'
Our Price: $30.00

zone 7
This is a nice red double with a long bloom period. The plant has a compact and upright habit, while the dark green foliage is very pretty.
Camellia japonica 'Fragrant Boutonniere'
Our Price: $30.00

(Zone 7)

A bright red peony form flower that was bred by James Finlay of New Zealand. It is mid-season blooming and fragrant. (C. japonica 'Nioi fubuki X 'Kramer's Supreme')
Camellia sasanqua 'Moonshadow'
Our Price: $30.00

Zone 7
This is one of the most striking fall bloomers with big double flowers and with pink petal edges contrasting with the white background. The plant is early blooming on an upright and vigorous plant. Originated by Bobby Green in Fairhope, Alabama.
Camellia sasanqua 'October Magic Ivory' PP#24,887
Our Price: $30.00

Zone 7
The white flowers are peony form with unusual narrow petals with a touch of pink; the flower almost looks like a carnation. The plant grows in a bush, symmetrical and upright habit making it a good choice for landscaping. PP#24887
Camellia sasanqua 'October Magic Rose' PP#20,506
Our Price: $30.00

Zone 7
This is named for the growth habit which resembles a "pillar rose' and the tight clusters of flowers that appear along the stems like a floribunda rose. A tight column can be maintained with pruning. The flowers are deep pink and bloom over a long season. PP#20506
Camellia japonica 'Shirley Meneice'
Our Price: $30.00

Zone 7
This medium sized, magenta pink semi-double blooms mid to late season.
Camellia japonica 'Vaughn's Seedling'
Our Price: $30.00

Zone 7 From Norfolk Botanical Garden. this double red flowered camellia has compact growth and is quite upright.
Prunus mume 'Yuh-Hwa'
Our Price: $30.00

This is a new selection made by Mike Yablonski and is probably a seedling from Kobai and Nicholas. The flower is a pink semi-double but has a lighter colored picotee edge. A unique flower among the Prunus mumes.
Ilex integra 'Ogon', Gold Nepal Holly
Ilex integra 'Ogon', Gold Nepal Holly
Our Price: $35.00

(zone 7-9)- The "Gold Nepal Holly" is a female form, producing brilliant red berries in fall-winter which contrast well against the golden, spineless foliage. Originally from Japan, this upright holly can reach 15' tall by 8' wide. Plant in full-part sun for best foliage coloration, with well drained, moist, acidic soil. This is a wonderful specimen to add to a shrub border or to use for screening. Plant a male specimen near by for required pollination, and prune in late winter-early spring, before flowering, to ensure berry set. [15'T x 8'W]

Price is for a plant in a 6 quart pot.
Camellia japonica 'Kifukurin Benikarako' = "variegated from Doug"
Our Price: $65.00

A variegated selection given to us by our dear firend Doug.  The red flower is an attractive anemone form in mid-season.  The subtle leaf variegation adds seasonal interest.
Camellia japonica 'Korean Flame'
Our Price: $65.00

A variegated branch sport of 'Korean Fire' found by Michael Vaughn.  Small single red flowers are produced in mid-winter.  Considering its parentage, this should boast great cold hardiness (zone 6a), though we have only had it a few years and have not tested for extreme hardiness.
Camellia japonica 'Frank Gibson'
Our Price: $65.00

Zone 7
An anemone form white with a single row of large outer petals and numerous petaloids in the center. The plant blooms early to mid-season.
Camellia x vernalis 'Hime Koki'
Our Price: $65.00

Zone 7
This bright pink double has medium sized flowers and is a triploid form of C x vernalis. The plant has spreading and slow growth.
Camellia japonica 'Violetta'
Our Price: $65.00

zone 7

Formerly know as 'Tom Krenitsky Blue.' Violetta is another ugly duckling story like 'Tudor Baby.' My dad culled some seedlings and Tom Krenitsky planted these at The Fields where the soil pH is 4 or lower. This seedling thrived where other Camellias struggled and it has purple blue flowers with deeper blue veining. The low soil pH emphasizes the bluing of Camellia Flowers which made this selection more noticeable. Even in pots, the flowers have a blue cast to the deep pink single flowers. The medium sized blooms open early in the season and the plant has a spreading habit.
Camellia japonica 'Wendy Red'
Our Price: $65.00

zone 7
This large dark red semi-double blooms over a long period from early to late season. The plant has vigorous upright and open growth.
Camellia japonica 'Pink Pagoda'
Our Price: $65.00

(zone 7) - This is a rose pink medium to large formal double with vigorous upright growth.
Camellia x 'Robiraki'
Our Price: $65.00

Zone 7
This natural crossing between C. japonica ssp rusticana x C. sinensis has pale pink flowers that are miniature and single. I have seen this one bloom in July, but it usually blooms in early fall.
Camellia japonica 'Korean Snow'
Camellia sasanqua 'Shin Otahaku'
Our Price: $65.00

zone 7

This Higo Camellia has pure white petals with wide flaring stamens. The flowers are large in size and comes from Kumamoto, Japan.
Camellia sasanqua 'Silver Dollar'
Our Price: $65.00

Zone 7
This white peony form blooms in early to mid fall on a compact slower growing plant. With some pruning, this variety could be used as a foundation planting.
In Pursuit of Hidden Camellias
Our Price: $150.00

In Pursuit of Hidden Camellias by Dr. George Orel and Anthony Curry opens up a new world of exciting possibilities in the genus Camellia. The authors describe 32 new species from Vietnam and China and the range of morphological characteristics shown is amazing. Flower colors ranging from yellow to purple, new growth coming out fluorescent pink and leaves up to 75 cm long are featured in this book. The book is made up of collecting stories in the jungle and botanical descriptions of new species. This is the second edition, soft cover, 340 pages. The photographs could be higher resolution and there is no index but a wealth of information.
I wanted to make these available but the shipping and limited printed has driven the price very high. Shipping for this book is $10.