Afternoon Delight has a small single pink-red flower with a cast of purple. Don’t let the single blooms fool you. There is a flower at almost every leaf terminal, creating an almost hollyhock look. This upright, vigorous grower makes a very colorful screen.
April Kiss is a compact, upright plant with a moderate growth rate and a heavy bud set. The small to medium, red-pink, formal double flower appear in the early season and will last through midseason. This wonderful introduction by Dr. Parks is considered by this nursery to be as perfect as a “kiss.”
Autumn Mist has an upright habit with slightly weeping branches causing a cascading effect. It has beautiful, huge flowers with very large petals of flushed white, shading to pink on edge. Blooms fall and spring.
Berenice Beauty is a vigorous, upright grower with medium to large pale pink peony flowers. This early to midseason bloomer, introduced in 1965, makes an excellent hedge.
Betty Foy Saunders-White is an interesting camellia with medium, semi-double, flared trumpet shape flowers and white petals with the occasional rose-red speckles or streaks. This early to midseason bloomer has dark green foliage and first bloomed in 1959.
Bright Eyes is an excellent introduction from Dr. Parks and is a strong grower with heavy bud-set. There is a bud at almost every leaf terminal. The small, single flowers are red with an orange cast, and it blooms from early to mid-season.
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