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Camellia  oleifera 'Lushan Snow' Camellia  oleifera 'Lushan Snow' Camellia  oleifera 'Lushan Snow'
2 year old plant = 1 gallon pot.
This is one of the selections of Camellia oleifera used by Dr. Ackerman for introducing cold hardiness into Camellia plants. The original plant is located in Asian Valley at the National Arboretum and is a multi-trunked tree over 25 feet tall and spreading 45 feet. It is worth seeing during any season as the bark is a powdery cinnamon color, with numerous white flowers produced in the fall.

Zone: 6A

This is one of the selections of Camellia oleifera used by Dr. Ackerman for introducing cold hardiness into Camellia plants. The original plant is located in Asian Valley at the National Arboretum and is a multi-trunked tree over 25 feet tall and spreading 45 feet. It is worth seeing during any season as the bark is a powdery cinnamon color, with numerous white flowers produced in the fall.

Zone: 6A

This is one of the selections of Camellia oleifera used by Dr. Ackerman for introducing cold hardiness into Camellia plants. The original plant is located in Asian Valley at the National Arboretum and is a multi-trunked tree over 25 feet tall and spreading 45 feet. It is worth seeing during any season as the bark is a powdery cinnamon color, with numerous white flowers produced in the fall.

Zone: 6A
Camellia chekiangoleosa Camellia chekiavngoleosa Camellia japonica 'Chujohaku'
Camellia chekiangoleosa
Our Price: $45.00
Camellia chekiavngoleosa
Our Price: $30.00
This Chinese species is closely related to C. japonica, but has larger flowers and can have a distinctly orange-red hue in the flowers. The flowers are single with a large boss of yellow anthers and bloom from late winter into early spring. Reports from this country indicate this is quite cold hardy, possibly even into zone 6. This is a showy species which deserves to be used widely in the landscape and hybridized with various species to push the limits of Camellias. Often, large apple-sized fruits are produced and the seeds can be pressed to make a high quality oil for cooking. Hardy to USDA Zone 7A This Chinese species is closely related to C. japonica, but has larger flowers and can have a distinctly orange-red hue in the flowers. The flowers are single with a large boss of yellow anthers and bloom from late winter into early spring. Reports from this country indicate this is quite cold hardy, possibly even into zone 6. This is a showy species which deserves to be used widely in the landscape and hybridized with various species to push the limits of Camellia.s. Often, large apple-sized fruits are produced and the seeds can be pressed to make a high quality oil for cooking. Zone 7A (zone 7)- The large, pure white, single flowers open flat with widely spreading stamens in the typical Higo form. Occasionally, some flowers are anemone form. The rate of growth is rather slow, and the habit is somewhat spreading. The first flowers appear in the autumn with the C. sasanqua cultivars and continue for much of the bloom season.
Camellia japonica 'Ginba' Camellia japonica 'Kerguelen' (Kerguehlen pp 19,940) Camellia japonica 'Kick Off'
Camellia japonica 'Ginba'
Our Price: $65.00
Goregous mottled variegation on the foliage distinguishes this variety.  The new growth of bronze-red is a great contrast to the older leaves of cream-white on green. Selected as a branch sport off the wonderful 'Nuccio's Cameo'.  The formal double pink flowers bloom mid season.  The upright growth habit features stunning foliage with beautiful white-yellow margins, which brighten and fade in different seasons.
Camellia japonica 'Lilliputian' = Tiny Tot Camellia japonica 'Lilliputian' = Tiny Tot Camellia japonica 'Lilliputian' = Tiny Tot
‘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.
‘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 oleifera Camellia oleifera Camellia oleifera 'Plain Jane'
Camellia oleifera
Our Price: $30.00
Camellia oleifera
Our Price: $65.00
2 year old seedling = 1 gallon pot. This very sturdy and vigorous evergreen shrub produces a show of single, white flowers in the early to middle autumn. This strain comes from high in the Lu Shan mountains in east-central China and has thick dull green foliage that is superior to some other strains of this species currently available. This species has broad application in the landscape because it is one of our hardiest and easiest to cultivate broad-leaved evergreens. The seeds of this plant are used in China to make a high quality vegetable oil and may be a future crop here in the SE United States. These seedlings will eventually grow to 25 feet tall and almost as wide in full or partial sun. Hardy to USDA Zone 6B 3 year old seedling = 3gal pot. This very sturdy and vigorous evergreen shrub produces a show of single, white flowers in the early to middle autumn. This strain comes from high in the Lu Shan mountains in east-central China and has thick dull green foliage that is superior to some other strains of this species currently available. This species has broad application in the landscape because it is one of our hardiest and easiest to cultivate broad-leaved evergreens. The seeds of this plant are used in China to make a high quality vegetable oil and may be a future crop here in the SE United States. These seedlings will eventually grow to 25 feet tall and almost as wide in full or partial sun. Hardy to USDA Zone 6B 3 year old plant = 3 gallon pot.

C.oleifera 'Plain Jane' has proven to be extremely hardy and has been used in hybridizing for cold-hardiness.  This cultivar originated as seed from the Nanjing Botanical Garden and was grown by the USDA since 1948.  The single white flowers have no traces of pink on the petals and are produced mid to late season.  

Hardy to USDA Zone 6A
Flower Form, Size: Single,
Bloom Time (NC) October - December
Habit: Slow, Dense, Upright
10 year size:
Parentage:
Camellia oleifera 'Plain Jane' Camellia oleifera Camellia oleifera

C.oleifera 'Plain Jane' has proven to be extremely hardy and has been used in hybridizing for cold-hardiness. This cultivar originated as seed from the Nanjing Botanical Garden and was grown by the USDA since 1948. The single white flowers have no traces of pink on the petals and are produced mid to late season. Limited Availability

Hardy to USDA Zone 6A
Flower Form, Size: Single,
Bloom Time (NC) October - December
Habit: Slow, Dense, Upright

1 year old seedling = 1 quart pot. This very sturdy and vigorous evergreen shrub produces a show of single, white flowers in the early to middle autumn. This strain comes from high in the Lu Shan mountains in east-central China and has thick dull green foliage that is superior to some other strains of this species currently available. This species has broad application in the landscape because it is one of our hardiest and easiest to cultivate broad-leaved evergreens. The seeds of this plant are used in China to make a high quality vegetable oil and may be a future crop here in the SE United States. These seedlings will eventually grow to 25 feet tall and almost as wide in full or partial sun. Hardy to USDA Zone 6B This very sturdy and vigorous evergreen shrub produces a show of single, white flowers in the early to middle autumn. This strain comes from high in the Lu Shan mountains in east-central China and has thick dull green foliage that is superior to some other strains of this species currently available. This species has broad application in the landscape because it is one of our hardiest and easiest to cultivate broad-leaved evergreens. The seeds of this plant are used in China to make a high quality vegetable oil and may be a future crop here in the SE United States. These seedlings will eventually grow to 25 feet tall and almost as wide in full or partial sun. Hardy to USDA Zone 6B
Camellia parvilimba Camellia parvilimba Camellia parvilimba
Camellia parvilimba
Our Price: $20.00
Camellia parvilimba
Our Price: $30.00
Camellia parvilimba
Our Price: $65.00

1 year old seedling= 4 inch pot

We first saw this very fine-textured species being used as understock in Chengdu Nursery in Sichuan, China after it had been collected from wild stands in local hills. It is a shrub that grows to about 1 meter tall and has perhaps the smallest leaves in the genus. The tiny flowers are white, or flushed with red and produced in great abundance in the winter season. It has survived two winters in central North Carolina without cold injury.

Hardy to USDA Zone: 7
Flower Form, Size: Single, Miniature
Habit: Compact
Bloom Time (NC): January-February
10 year size:
Parentage:
We first saw this very fine-textured species being used as understock in Chengdu Nursery in Sichuan, China after it had been collected from wild stands in local hills. It is a shrub that grows to about 1 meter tall and has perhaps the smallest leaves in the genus. The tiny flowers are white, or flushed with red and produced in great abundance in the winter season. It has survived two winters in central North Carolina without cold injury.

Hardy to USDA Zone: 8A?
Flower Form, Size: Single, Miniature
Habit: Compact
Bloom Time (NC): January-February
10 year size:
Parentage:
We first saw this very fine-textured species being used as understock in Chengdu Nursery in Sichuan, China after it had been collected from wild stands in local hills. It is a shrub that grows to about 1 meter tall and has perhaps the smallest leaves in the genus. The tiny flowers are white, or flushed with red and produced in great abundance in the winter season. It has survived two winters in central North Carolina without cold injury.

Hardy to USDA Zone: 8A?
Flower Form, Size: Single, Miniature
Habit: Compact
Bloom Time (NC): January-February
10 year size:
Parentage:
Camellia parvilimba Camellia rhytidocarpa Camellia sasanqua 'Angel's Kiss'
Camellia parvilimba
Our Price: $20.00
Camellia rhytidocarpa
Our Price: $20.00
We first saw this very fine-textured species being used as understock in Chengdu Nursery in Sichuan, China after it had been collected from wild stands in local hills. It is a shrub that grows to about 1 meter tall and has perhaps the smallest leaves in the genus. The tiny flowers are white, or flushed with red and produced in great abundance in the winter season. It has survived two winters in central North Carolina without cold injury.

Hardy to USDA Zone: 8A?
Flower Form, Size: Single, Miniature
Habit: Compact
Bloom Time (NC): January-February
10 year size:
Parentage:
1 year old seedling.

The most striking part of this plant are the wrinkled and warty seed capsules which look like Litchi fruits. The pure white flowers open in the fall and are about 2 inches across. The narrow leaves have indented veins and can be up to 6 inches long. This species is found in Guangxi, Guizhou and Hunan provinces. Small seedlings.

Zone 8
CF

C. sasanqua has medium pink peony form flowers that start blooming in October. It was nicknamed 'Pink Powder Puff' for the many ruffled petals, which create a globose flower shape, and the blooms are usually well formed for a sasanqua. It has sturdy, upright growth with small deep green leaves. A rapid grower that is good for hedges. (Zone 7a)

3 year old = 3 gallon pot

Camellia sasanqua 'Autumn Moon' Camellia sasanqua 'Autumn Moon' Camellia sasanqua 'Autumn Moon'
This is the 1 gallon size Autumn Moon. This fine white sasanqua has formal double flowers and super vigorous growth. The blooms start early and are very showy in the garden. The plant has an vigorous, upright form and is a good choice for a hedge or as a single specimen tree form.

Hardy to USDA Zone 7
Camellia sasanqua 'Autumn Sentinel' Camellia sasanqua 'Autumn Sentinel' Camellia sasanqua 'Autumn Sentinel'
2 year old plant = 1 gallon pot.

This striking plant has a very narrow upright growth habit with distinctive foliage. The leaves are small, narrow and dark green and with a compact habit, create a very attractive plant for a hedge or specimen. The plant grows quickly and the pale pink blooms come early in the season (October) and are small and double. This plant comes from Bobby Green in southern Alabama but has grown well in NC for several years. It is formerly known as 'Bob Green'. We love this plant!

Hardy to USDA Zone 7
3 year old plant = 3 gallon pot.

This striking plant has a very narrow upright growth habit with distinctive foliage. The leaves are small, narrow and dark green and with a compact habit, create a very attractive plant for a hedge or specimen. The plant grows quickly and the pale pink blooms come early in the season (October) and are small and double. This plant comes from Bobby Green in southern Alabama but has grown well in NC for several years. It is formerly known as 'Bob Green'. We love this plant!

Hardy to USDA Zone 7
1 year old plant = 2 qt pot.

This striking plant has a very narrow upright growth habit with distinctive foliage. The leaves are small, narrow and dark green and with a compact habit, create a very attractive plant for a hedge or specimen. The plant grows quickly and the pale pink blooms come early in the season (October) and are small and double. This plant comes from Bobby Green in southern Alabama but has grown well in NC for several years. It is formerly known as 'Bob Green'. We love this plant!

Hardy to USDA Zone 7