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Camellia japonica 'Bishonen',Bishônen Camellia japonica 'Higo-hagoromo' Camellia japonica 'Hino Maru'
The large Higo form flowers have a pink background with a peppering of deeper pink, carmine stripes and marks, and the Characteristic Higo burst of golden anthers. The bloom is mid-season to late-season, and the growth habit is spreading. This is a sport of Higo 'Shintsukasa-nishiki' and from the Higo collection of Ohta Nursery in Kumamoto, Japan. (Zone 7)

Flowers are large, deep red, and open flat with a large spreading column of anthers in the Higo form. The flowers are sometimes variously anemone form. The growth rate is moderate with a somewhat spreading habit and thick leaves. With a mid-season bloom, this cultivar is also very cold hardy

Hardy to USDA Zone 7
An old Higo C. japonica with deep red and flat single flowers has a name that translates to "National Flag of Japan". The flower is small to medium and open in mid to late season.The plant has spreading growth habit.
Camellia sasanqua 'Irihi-no-umi' Camellia japonica 'Korean Snow' Camellia japonica 'Korean Snow'
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2 year old plant. “Sea at Sunset” (trans.) has large vivid red burgundy single Higo flowers. Sometimes the flowers even have a bluish cast. Bloom starts early and peaks mid-season (early November), lasts until hard frosts. The foliage is a very nice dark glossy green and it has a good compact form. Zone 7A
zone 7

This Higo Camellia has pure white petals with wide flaring stamens. The flowers are large in size and comes from Kumamoto, Japan.
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 'Korean Snow'
zone 7

This Higo Camellia has pure white petals with wide flaring stamens. The flowers are large in size and comes from Kumamoto, Japan.