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Camellia japonica 'April Dawn' Camellia japonica 'Bill Edwards' Camellia japonica 'Bill Edwards'
CF
2 year old plant = 1 gallon pot.
The candy-stripe flowers make this a unique plant for several reasons. The flowers are mostly white with a few deep pink streaks which makes it special; occasional branch sports will result in various color patterns such as half deep pink and half white flowers. The medium sized, formal double flowers are produced in profusion over a long season from mid to late season. The habit of the plant is upright and very vigorous. At first young plants will grow rapidly and after a few years they fill in very nicely. A five foot specimen in New Jersey has bloomed well for several years.
Hardy to USDA Zone: 6B
Habit:
Bloom Time (NC):
10 year size:
Parentage: 'Bernice Boddy' X 'Herme'
A Camellia Forest Introduction.


NEW, CF ‘Bill Edwards’ (zone 7) – One of our seedlings trialed by Bill Edwards in Clemmons, NC which has become an
outstanding plant. Besides having great foliage, the bloom season is extended and dependable. the semi-double flowers range
from white to red with many different pink striped patterns. White with red stripes, white with pink and red stripes, or pink
with white stripes are possible.
NEW, CF ‘Bill Edwards’ (zone 7) – One of our seedlings trialed by Bill Edwards in Clemmons, NC which has become an
outstanding plant. Besides having great foliage, the bloom season is extended and dependable. the semi-double flowers range
from white to red with many different pink striped patterns. White with red stripes, white with pink and red stripes, or pink
with white stripes are possible.
Camellia japonica 'Carter's Sunburst Special' Camellia japonica 'Destiny' Camellia japonica 'La Peppermint'
‘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.
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
10 year size:
Parentage:
3 year old plant.

This ancient cultivar has blooms like peppermint candy—fine red stripes on a white background. The formal double flowers are of medium size and open early to mid season. Often the flowers revert to the solid “red” flower and thus becomes ‘Brilliant’. This has relatively slow growth but is upright and quite dense.

Zone 7A
Camellia japonica 'Les Marbury' Camellia japonica 'Les Marbury' Camellia japonica 'Les Marbury'
This variety has striking red, white and pink variegation in the flowers which are small formal doubles. The plant blooms mid-season and has attractive upright growth. This variety has striking red, white and pink variegation in the flowers which are small formal doubles. The plant blooms mid-season and has attractive upright growth. This variety has striking red, white and pink variegation in the flowers which are small formal doubles. The plant blooms mid-season and has attractive upright growth.
Camellia japonica 'Lori Clevenger' Camellia japonicaf 'Bill Edwards' Camellia x 'Autumn Carnival'
Zone 7B A robust plant with good vigor shared by our friend John Davy He describe s the bloom as a small 'Debutante' with dark streaks
NEW, CF ‘Bill Edwards’ (zone 7) – One of our seedlings trialed by Bill Edwards in Clemmons, NC which has become an
outstanding plant. Besides having great foliage, the bloom season is extended and dependable. the semi-double flowers range
from white to red with many different pink striped patterns. White with red stripes, white with pink and red stripes, or pink
with white stripes are possible.
NEW (zone 7A)- This is a new Camellia Forest Introduction! This is one of the seedlings from 'Twilight Glow' that has a single candy striped flowers. the white flowers have many small pink radial stripes. It blooms in early October - November in NC. The plant is upright but slow growing with small pointed leaves. "Carnival" was suggested as a name by Erin Weston but has already been used for a different Camellia. there is a possibility this is cold hardy to zone 6 but it has not been tested.