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Camellia japonica 'Christmas Beauty' Camellia japonica 'Cup of Beauty' Camellia japonica 'Jesse Katz Variegated'
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] This is a watermelon pink, blotched white semi-double of large size with wavy, creped petals. The growth habit is full and open. Originated at Magnolia Gardens as a mutation of ‘Troubador’, in 1944.
Camellia japonica 'Lizzie' Camellia japonica 'Simeon' Camellia japonica 'Simeon'
‘Simeon’ (zone 7) – This older cultivar from the 1940s boasts large semi-double, delicate rose colored flowers midseason.
This cultivar is best known for the high percent of perfect flowers it produces.
NEW ‘Simeon’ (zone 7) – This older cultivar from the 1940s boasts large semi-double, delicate rose colored flowers midseason.
This cultivar is best known for the high percent of perfect flowers it produces.
Camellia japonica 'Taiyo' Camellia japonica 'Vaughn's Seedling' Camellia japonica 'Cleopatra'
Camellia japonica 'Taiyo'
Our Price: $20.00
This snow Camellia cultivar has light yellow variegation along the midrib and the major veins of the dark green, glossy leaves. The single, rose colored flowers are produced mid-season to late.  Hardy to USDA Zone: 7 Zone 7 From Norfolk Botanical Garden. this double red flowered camellia has compact growth and is quite upright.
This older variety proves to be quite cold hardy and makes a large handsome shrub in the landscape.  The semi-double flowers are rose-pink and are produced in profusion early in the season.  The leaves are dark green and small and the plant makes a compact and dense rounded shrub with time.

Hardy to USDA Zone: 7A
NC Bloom:October
Camellia japonica 'Cleopatra' Camellia sasanqua October Magic (r) Ruby PP #24,538 Camellia x  'Ashton's Fragrant Jewel'
2 year old plant = 1 gallon pot.
This older variety proves to be quite cold hardy and makes a large handsome shrub in the landscape.  The semi-double flowers are rose-pink and are produced in profusion early in the season.  The leaves are dark green and small and the plant makes a compact and dense rounded shrub with time.

Hardy to USDA Zone: 7A
NC Bloom:October
(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. (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.