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Camellia edithae 'Hei Mu-dan' = 'Jinqu' = 'Dongnan Shancha' Camellia edithae 'Hei Mu-dan' = 'Jinqu'  = 'Dongnan Shancha' Camellia edithae 'Hei Mu-dan' = 'Jinqu' ' = 'Dongnan Shancha'
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
10 year size:
Parentage:


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:


3 year old plant = 3 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
10 year size:
Parentage:


Camellia japonica 'April Dawn' Camellia japonica 'Black Tie Var.' Camellia japonica 'Brilliant'
CF
3 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.
2 year old

The dark red flowers are formal double. This has an upright and dense habit and blooms mid-season.

Hardy to USDA Zone 7A
Flower Form, Size: Formal Double, Medium
Habit: Upright, Dense
Bloom (NC): March
10 year size:
Parentage:
2 year old plant = 1 gal pot.
This old variety shows good flower bud hardiness and makes a compact, upright plant.  The flowers are carmine red, formal double, and appear in mid season.

Zone:
7A
Habit:
Upright Compact
Bloom (NC):
March
10 year size:
[6' H x 4' W]
Parentage:
Sport of 'La Peppermint'

Camellia japonica 'Classic Pink' Camellia japonica 'Dahlonega' Camellia japonica 'Dick Hardison'
CF
1 year old plant = 2 quart pot.
This outstanding cold hardy variety has pale-pink formal double flowers very late in the season. The medium sized flowers usually open from early to late April here in NC. Almost as nice as the flowers is the very shiny narrow foliage. The plant has a slow growth rate with a tendency to form many branches so that the shrub develops into a upright rounded shape without pruning. This plant has a plant patent and has been released by several large nurseries.
Plant Patent #12,614

Zone: 6B
Habit: Upright, Rounded
Bloom (NC): Mid April
10 year size:
Parentage: 'Bernice Boddy' X 'Kumasaka'
A Camellia Forest Introduction.
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 
10 year size:
Parentage: 
 
(zone 7)- A dark red formal double within curved petals, sometimes edged black-red blooms throughout the spring season with medium to large blooms. It has a dense growth habit and an average growth rate.
Camellia japonica 'Florence Coker Rogers' Camellia japonica 'Jacks' Camellia japonica 'Jacks'
Camellia japonica 'Jacks'
Our Price: $30.00
Camellia japonica 'Jacks'
Our Price: $20.00
3 year old plant = 3 gallon pot.
A special trip was made to Kalmia Gardens in SC to take cuttings from the original plant. I had to hide my stock plants because persistent customers had to have this plant when they saw the blooms. The formal double flowers are pure white and held outwards for excellent presentation on the plant. Although I have not measured them, the flowers are medium sized and appear early to mid-season.

Hardy to USDA Zone: 7
Flower Form, Size: Formal Double, Medium
Habit:
Bloom Time (NC): March
10 year size:
Parentage:
2 year old plant = 1 gallon pot.
The impressive flowers of 'Jacks' are deep pink formal double. The petals are arranged in many concentric circles. The plant is very hardy and one of the most compact C. japonicas. I recommend this one if you want something to stay less than 5 feet tall for many years.

Zone: 7A
Flower Form: Formal Double, Medium to Large
Habit: Upright, Compact
Bloom Time (NC): Mid-February into March
10 year size: 6'T X 3'W
Parentage:

1 year old plant = 2 qt. pot.
The impressive flowers of 'Jacks' are deep pink formal double. The petals are arranged in many concentric circles. The plant is very hardy and one of the most compact C. japonicas. I recommend this one if you want something to stay less than 5 feet tall for many years.

Zone: 7A
Flower Form: Formal Double, Medium to Large
Habit: Upright, Compact
Bloom Time (NC): Mid-February into March
10 year size: 6'T X 3'W
Parentage:

Camellia japonica 'Jacks' Camellia japonica 'Kerguelen' (Kerguehlen pp 19,940) Camellia japonica 'Lemon Glow'
Camellia japonica 'Jacks'
Our Price: $65.00
3 year old plant = 3 gallon pot.
The impressive flowers of 'Jacks' are deep pink formal double. The petals are arranged in many concentric circles. The plant is very hardy and one of the most compact C. japonicas. I recommend this one if you want something to stay less than 5 feet tall for many years.

Zone: 7A
Flower Form: Formal Double, Medium to Large
Habit: Upright, Compact
Bloom Time (NC): Mid-February into March
10 year size: 6'T X 3'W
Parentage:

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. 3 year old plant = 3 gallon pot.
This sport of 'Dahlonega' has slightly more yellow in the flower but the same formal double flowers that appear late in the season.

Zone 7
Camellia japonica 'Lemon Glow' Camellia japonica 'Lemon Glow' Camellia japonica 'Margie'
1 year old plant = 2 quart pot.
This sport of 'Dahlonega' has slightly more yellow in the flower but the same formal double flowers that appear late in the season.

Zone 7
2 year old plant = 4 quart pot.
This sport of 'Dahlonega' has slightly more yellow in the flower but the same formal double flowers that appear late in the season. A very slow grower with dark green leaves.

Zone 7
1 year old plant = 2 quart pot.

This large flowered white formal double was introduced by Orinda Nursery in Delaware. The bloom season is early to mid-season on this relatively cold hardy Camellia.

Hardy to USDA Zone 7A
Camellia japonica 'Margie' Camellia japonica 'Margie' Camellia japonica 'Nuccio's Cameo'
2 year old plant = 1 gallon pot.

This large flowered white formal double was introduced by Orinda Nursery in Delaware. The bloom season is early to mid-season on this relatively cold hardy Camellia.

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

This large flowered white formal double was introduced by Orinda Nursery in Delaware. The bloom season is early to mid-season on this relatively cold hardy Camellia.

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

The perfect form of the light pink formal double flowers make this a must have plant for many visitors. The plant form is excellent as it branches well and has upright growth. This has a very long bloom season, starting early and continuing almost to the end of the season.

Zone 7
Camellia japonica 'Nuccio's Cameo' Camellia japonica 'October Affair' Camellia japonica 'Optical Illusion'
2 year old plant = 1 gallon pot.

The perfect form of the light pink formal double flowers make this a must have plant for many visitors. The plant form is excellent as it branches well and has upright growth. This has a very long bloom season, starting early and continuing almost to the end of the season.

Hardy to USDA : 7
CF
2 year old plant = 1 gallon pot.
This large sized, formal double has shaded color on the petals much like the parent, 'Bernice Boddy', but the bud center becomes pink as the flower ages, producing a tricolor effect. This blooms well in November and again in the spring. This is vigorous upright grower.
('Bernice Boddy' × 'Yohei Haku')

Hardy to USDA Zone 7B
A Camellia Forest Introduction.
NEW, CF ‘Optical Illusion’ (zone 9) – Selected from the same batch of seeds as ‘Solstice’, this yellow flowered Camellia
has long, strap-like petals that can be arranged in a somewhat spiral pattern, similar to ‘October Affair’. The creamy yellow
flowers are formal double with pink overtones. The striking flower makes this worthwhile for a cool greenhouse or in a mild
climate such as Florida or California. The plant will take some freezing but flower buds are quite tender. A strong plant with
thin light green leaves.
Camellia japonica 'Pink Perfection' Camellia japonica 'Pink Perfection' Camellia japonica 'Solomon's Best Dwarf'
1 year old plant = 2 qt pot.

A dependable older variety with excellent name recognition that produces medium sized pale pink formal double flowers in mid-season. The plant has upright and compact growth.

Zone 7A
2 year old plant = 1 gallon pot.

A dependable older variety with excellent name recognition that produces medium sized pale pink formal double flowers in mid-season. The plant has upright and compact growth.

Zone 7A
This slow-growing, dense plant comes from what is assumed to be a seedling found in Judge Solomon's garden in Savannah, GA. Pink, formal double flowers bloom mid-season.

Growth rate: Slow
Camellia japonica 'Stellar Sunrise' Camellia japonica 'Tom Knudsen' Camellia japonica 'Tom Knudsen'
CF
1 year old plant = 2 qt pot.
This is the solid pink sport of 'April Dawn'. The deep pink formal double flowers often have incurved petals and bloom from mid to late in the season. The plant is very vigorous and upright growing with large dark green glossy leaves. Like 'April Dawn' this plant develops into a very handsome landscape plant with a heavy bud set. (Sport of 'April Dawn')

Zone: 6B
A Camellia Forest Introduction.
1 year old plant = 2 qt pot.
The striking dark red large sized flowers vary from formal double to informal double to peony form. The plant has a very compact growth habit and blooms a little early to mid-season but generally puts on a big show late in the season.

Zone: 7A
2 year old plant = 1 gallon pot.
The striking dark red large sized flowers vary from formal double to informal double to peony form. The plant has a very compact growth habit and blooms a little early to mid-season but generally puts on a big show late in the season.

Zone: 7A