Camellias

Camellias

Evergreen shrubs with dark glossy leaves and pretty formal flowers in whites, pinks and reds.

We grow a small range to complement our Rhododendrons, and they like similar soil conditions. Camellias have a much stronger and deeper root system, but some varieties are prone to frost damage during the winter. In cold gardens, select the williamsii varieties which tend to be tougher. Do make sure that roots are well protected from frosts. A good mulch of leaf mould in the autumn is really beneficial.

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Camellia ETR Carlyon
Camellia ETR Carlyon
(H5) White, semi-double to double form flowers in spring. Late season flowering in April. A very hardy williamsii type Camellia with a vigorous upright habit. Height 1.5 metres in 10 years. Requires moist acid soil.
£21.95
Camellia japonica 'Adolphe Audusson'  AGM
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Camellia japonica 'Adolphe Audusson' AGM
(H4) Beautiful large red semi-double flowers in March-April. Tough reliable flowering in mid-season. Good glossy foliage on a plant of open upright habit. Height 150cm in 10 years.
£21.95

Camellia japonica 'Silver Anniversary' AGM
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Camellia japonica 'Silver Anniversary' AGM
Large, semi-double white flowers with irregular petals intermixed with golden stamens. March-April flowering. Vigorous, compact, upright growth. Height 125-150cm in 10 years. This variety requires a sheltered garden and is best grown in the milder parts of the country.
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Camellia Lady Vansittart
Camellia Lady Vansittart
(H5) Pinky-white flowers with deep rose pink stripes through the petals. Distinctive semi double flowers in April. The flowers of this variety can be quite variable, sometimes displaying different colours on the same plant, such as prominent rose pink markings on large areas of the petals. A Camellia japonicum hybrid with compact bushy growth and crinkly, almost holly-like foliage. Height 125-150cm...
£21.95

Camellia Nicky Crisp
Camellia Nicky Crisp
(H5) Profusion of large light pink semi-double flowers in March and April, on an upright compact evergreen shrub. Ideal for the smaller garden, or for growing in containers. Height 125-150cm in 10 years. A new and highly sought after variety with large flowers. It is a hybrid between Camellia pitardii and Camellia japonica.
£21.95
Camellia R.L. Wheeler
Camellia R.L. Wheeler
(H5) Rose-pink, large, semi-double to peony form. Outer petals are broad, surrounding a centre that is quite tightly packed. Upright bush, May flowering. Height 125-150cm in 10 years. Requires moist acid soils.
£34.95

Camellia Ruby Wedding  AGM
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Camellia Ruby Wedding AGM
(H5) 'Ruby Wedding' is a dense, evergreen shrub,with glossy, dark green, elliptic leaves and in spring, bright red, anemone to peony-form, double flowers. Vigorous, upright bush. Height 125-150cm in 10 years. Suitable for woodland and acidic soils. Position in a site sheltered from cold, dry winds and early morning sun as buds and flowers may be damaged by cold winds and late frosts.
£21.95
Camellia sasanqua Paradise Belinda
Camellia sasanqua Paradise Belinda
(H4) One of the NEW Paradise range of Autumn and Winter flowering Camellias. Large (up to 11cm across) glowing pink single flowers with distinctive golden stamens. It has an exceptionally long flowering season from October onwards. Will grow in sun or shade. Height 150cm in 10 years, or can be kept to a low hedge with occasional pruning. Bred by Bob Cherry at Paradise Gardens in Australia, and described...
£21.95

Camellia Spring Festival
Camellia Spring Festival
(H5) Delightful rose pink semi-double flowers, late in the season, May flowering. The plant has a narrow upright habit, almost columnar when young. A popular cuspidata hybrid. Height 125-150cm in 10 years. This Camellia flowers near one of our ponds in our garden at Crosswater Farm, and always attracts a lot of attention in early May. It's upright habit, covered in flowers, makes it look like...
£21.95
Camellia x williamsii 'Anticipation'  AGM
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Camellia x williamsii 'Anticipation' AGM
(H5) 'Anticipation' is a large shrub of upright growth with peony-form double, deep rose-pink flowers to 12cm across from late winter. Very free flowering from late February to May. Growth is bushy, upright and slow. Ideal for containers and small gardens. Position in a site sheltered from cold, dry winds and early morning sun as buds and flowers may be damaged by cold winds and late frosts. Prefers...
£21.95

Camellia x williamsii 'Debbie'  AGM
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Camellia x williamsii 'Debbie' AGM
Debbie has deep rosy pink, medium paeony form flowers. Upright, vigorous and very free flowering in April. This is a simply wonderful flower, but it's a difficult plant to grow commercially, and can suffer oedema when grown in glasshouses and poly-tunnels where the humidity is higher than normal. These darker lumps on the undersides of leaves do not appear when grown outside in the garden. Height...
£21.95
Camellia x williamsii 'Jury's Yellow'  AGM
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Camellia x williamsii 'Jury's Yellow' AGM
Jurys Yellow has an Anemone form flower, about 8cm across, consisting of 9 white petals and about 50 cream coloured petaloids in the centre. April flowering. Dense upright growth. Height 125-150cm in 10 years. Best in moist acid soils. Being a williamsianum hybrid, it is hardier than many other yellow varieties.
£21.95

Camellia x williamsii 'Les Jury'  AGM
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Camellia x williamsii 'Les Jury' AGM
Formal rose form shapely blooms of deep crimson red. Flowers over a long period in April. Upright, vigorous, bushy habit. Height 125-150cm in 10 years.
£21.95