Adeyaka, which in Japanese Means “Fascinating,” and that is very accurate. This fascinating Camellia has a heavy bud-set which opens into a small to medium, currant red flowers. The blooms are bell shape like a hibiscus and appear in mid-season. This upright, dense plant with narrow, dark green leaves first bloomed in 1968 and was introduced by Dr. Parks.
April Remembered is a vigorous, fast, bushy camellia with a slightly weeping habit and a substantial but set. The large semi-double cream-colored flowers will shade to pink on the outer edges of the petals to create a beautiful two-tone effect from the early season through late-season. Another great introduction from Dr. Parks.
Buttermint is a medium upright grower with narrow leaves. The profuse mini, formal double to rose blooms with white to pale yellow petals grace us with their beauty early and will last through late season.