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Camellia edithae 'Hei Mu-dan' = 'Jinqu' = 'Dongnan Shancha' Camellia edithae 'Hei Mu-dan' = 'Jinqu'  = 'Dongnan Shancha' Camellia japonica 'Anita'
Camellia japonica 'Anita'
Our Price: $30.00
2 year old plant = 1 gallon pot.
‘Hei Mu-dan'='Jinqu’=‘Dongnan Shancha’. This one keeps on our nomenclature toes - but it's too beautiful to resist, regardless of the name! This Chinese cultivar has an exceptional bloom as well as beautiful foliage. The formal double rose-red flowers are produced in late spring (the end of March through April) and are quite heat tolerant. The dark glossy leaves have deeply indented veins and make the plant handsome all year long. The form of the plant is also excellent with compact and upright growth. I have found this to perform better with some shade.

Hardy to USDA Zone: 7B
Flower Form, Size: Formal Double, Medium
Habit: Upright, Compact
Bloom Time (NC): March - April
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1 year old plant = 2 qt pot.
Hei Mu-dan' = ‘Jinqu’=‘Dongnan Shancha’. This one keeps on our nomenclature toes - but it's too beautiful to resist, regardless of the name! This Chinese cultivar has an exceptional bloom as well as beautiful foliage. The formal double rose-red flowers are produced in late spring (the end of March through April) and are quite heat tolerant. The dark glossy leaves have deeply indented veins and make the plant handsome all year long. The form of the plant is also excellent with compact and upright growth. I have found this to perform better with some shade.

Hardy to USDA Zone: 7B
Flower Form, Size: Formal Double, Medium
Habit: Upright, Compact
Bloom Time (NC): March - April
10 year size:
Parentage:


2 year old plant =1 gallon pot.
Light pink flower with dark pink stripes on medium semi-double flowers.   Vigorous, upright with compact growth.  Mid season bloom.

Zone: 7
Camellia japonica 'Aunt Jetty' Camellia japonica 'Aunt Jetty' Camellia japonica 'Aunt Jetty'
This is the virus free form of ‘Governor Mouton’, thus it is a clear oriental red and is free of the white blotches on the petals of ‘Governor Mouton’. See description of ‘Governor Mouton’. (Zone 6B) This is the virus free form of ‘Governor Mouton’, thus it is a clear oriental red and is free of the white blotches on the petals of ‘Governor Mouton’. See description of ‘Governor Mouton’. (Zone 6B)
This is the virus free form of ‘Governor Mouton’, thus it is a clear oriental red and is free of the white blotches on the petals of ‘Governor Mouton’. See description of ‘Governor Mouton’. (Zone 6B)
Camellia japonica 'Benten-kagura' Camellia japonica 'Black Magic' Camellia japonica 'Bob Hope'
2 year old plant = 3galt pot.

"Dance of Goddess of Luck" (trans.) is a mutation of 'Daikagura' and has the same early fall blooming habit and red and white large sized peony form flowers. The mutation causes the leaves to have an irregular white border on often misshapen leaves. The variegation is striking and gives the plant a white and green appearance. The red flowers have heavy white mottles caused by virus and often start blooming in early October here in NC.

Hardy to USDA Zone 7
Flower Form, Size: Peony, Large
Habit:
Bloom (NC): October
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2 year old plant = 1gal pot.

The flowers of 'Black Magic' have an unusual glossy appearance and are a very dark red. The flowers are medium sized and semi-double to rose form double and the flowers open late in the season. The leaves have exaggerated serrations making the foliage very interesting year round. The plant has very upright growth which is almost columnar when young.

Hardy to USDA Zone 7
Flower Form, Size: Semi-Double to Rose form, Medium-Large
Habit:   Upright
Bloom (NC):  April
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3 year old plant = 3 gallon pot.

This is a good choice for those of you who like large red flowers. The large semi-double flowers are a saturated dark red. The plant has a slow compact growth habit and tends to bloom mid-season. Limited Availability

Hardy to USDA Zone: 7
Flower Form and Size: Semi-Double, Large
Habit: Compact
Bloom Time (NC): March
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Camellia japonica 'Korean Fire' Camellia japonica 'Carrie Var.' Camellia japonica 'Carter's Sunburst Special'
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.
Growing two feet from my house is an old camellia that blooms every single spring before, during, and after the azaleas (late in the camellia season). Of course there is no labeled name, but I have propagated it because it survived the winter of 1985 with very little damage; although the single pane glass of a heated house may have contributed to the lack of damage. The medium-sized flowers are deep rose with prominent white splotches. It is a moderate upright grower. (Zone 7a) ‘Carter’s Sunburst Special’ (zone 7A) – This differs from ‘Carter’s Sunburst’ in that it has more of a rose-form
double flower and darker pink petals with stronger pink streaking. Sometimes it even presents a light pink edge giving a great
three dimensional look to the flowers.
Camellia japonica 'Catherine Carthcart Variegated' Camellia japonica 'Catherine Cathcart Var.' Camellia japonica 'China Doll'
A fully double pink, marbled with white, that blooms late in the flowering season. The growth rate is slow, thus this variety is suitable for the garden with limited space. Originated at Magnolia Gardens, Charleston, South Carolina about 1938. (Zone 7)
Camellia japonica 'Christmas Beauty' Camellia japonica 'Cup of Beauty' Camellia japonica 'Dahlonega'
This is a very showy, large, rose-red, semi-double to rose-form double with a cupped form that blooms mid-season. Originated at Magnolia Gardens, Charleston, SC about 1940. (There is also a variety of the same name brought from China that has a white, formal bloom. Camellia Forest Nursery grows the Magnolia Gardens cultivar.) (Zone 7) [2 quart pot] 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
Habit: 
Bloom (NC): April 
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Camellia japonica 'Dahlonega' Camellia japonica 'Destiny' Camellia japonica 'Dr. J.C.Raulston'
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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
Flower Form, Size: Formal Double, Small-Medium
Habit:
Bloom (NC): April
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3 year old plant = 3 gallon pot.
This sport of 'Lady Clare' has striking white streaked deep pink flowers. This has the sturdy habit, large flowers and cold hardiness of 'Lady Clare'.

Zone 7A
Flower Form, Size: Semi-Double, Large
Habit: 
Bloom (NC):  March
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2 year old plant = 1 gallon pot.
Ray Bond named this bright red Camellia to honor our local hero. I have found the flowers to be medium sized and anemone form with a mid season bloom. The plant grows relatively slowly and makes a nice compact shrub.

Zone: 7
Habit:
  Compact
Bloom (NC): 
March
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Camellia japonica 'Drama Girl' Camellia japonica 'Early Autumn' Camellia japonica 'Fifth Avenue'
3year old plant = 3 gallon pot.
The semi-double flowers of this variety are deep salmon rose pink and are very large. The size of the flowers will amaze you and your friends. This mid-season bloomer has large leaves and grows vigorously and can have somewhat pendulous branches.

Hardy to USDA Zone: 7
Flower Form, Size: semi-double, very large
Habit: Vigorous, open, pendulous
Bloom Time (NC): late Feb through Mar
10 year size : 12'T X 7'W
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1 year old plant= 2 quart pot.

Formal double flowers are lavender rose with center petals edged in deep lavender.   Flowers early and continues into mid-season.  Vigorous and upright habit.

Hardy to USDA Zone:  7
Flower Form, Size: Formal Double, Medium
Habit:  Vigorous, Upright
Bloom Time (NC): February into March
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Beautiful, white, mid-season blooming full peony form camellia. Medium to large blooms on a compact plant with a moderate growth rate.

Hardy to USDA Zone: 7
Flower Form, Size:
Peony, Medium
Habit: Compact
Bloom Time (NC): March
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Camellia japonica 'Florence Stratton' Camellia japonica 'Fragrant Boutonniere' Camellia japonica 'Frankie Winn Variegated'
(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')
‘Frankie Winn Variegated’ (zone 7) – Large, pastel pink, peony form, almost formal double flowers adorn this plant midseason.
The plant growth rate is average, and the growth habit is upright. Originated in Savannah, GA.
Camellia japonica 'Frankie Winn' Camellia japonica 'Freedom Bell' Camellia japonica 'Freedom Bell'
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2 year old plant= 1 gallon pot.

Large, white flowers are anemone to peony form, and bloom is at mid-season.   The plant growth rate is average, and habit is upright.

Hardy to USDA Zone:  7
Flower Form, Size: Anemone, Large
Habit:  Average, Upright
Bloom Time (NC):  March
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