Camellias

Camellias are evergreen shrubs flowering from autumn through winter and into spring depending on species and varieties. Camellias are hardy and relatively trouble free giving many years of pleasure with their attractive evergreen foliage and beautiful flowers. Camellias thrive in a wide range of conditions.

 

Best results come from selecting varieties suitable for the area and position.

 

Japonica - prefer some shade, flowering around May through to July.  Depending on variety they will grow from 1 to 4 metres. Suit mass plantings, single specimen or mixed garden planting.  Respond well to pruning.

 

Sasanqua - ​Grow well and flower best in full sun, flowering prolifically over a long period. Used extensively as a hedging plant but also as background and forward planting, standards and topiaries, espalier or as a single garden plant. Depending on the variety they will grow from 1 to 4/5 metres.  Respond very well to pruning.

Ave Maria
Ave Maria
Beatrice Emily
Beatrice Emily
Ballet Dancer
Ballet Dancer
Black Lace
Black Lace
Black Tie
Black Tie
Bob Hope
Bob Hope
Brushfield's Yellow
Brushfield's Yellow
Buttons'n Bows
Buttons'n Bows
C.M. Hovey
C.M. Hovey
Can Can
Can Can
Cinnamon  Cindy
Cinnamon Cindy
Commander Mulroy
Commander Mulroy
Cleopatra White
Cleopatra White
Debbie
Debbie
Debutante
Debutante
Don Herzilla de Frietes Magalhaes
Don Herzilla de Frietes Magalhaes
Desire
Desire
E.G. Waterhouse
E.G. Waterhouse
Flame
Flame
Elsie Jury
Elsie Jury