Plant description coming soon.
Arctic Snow is an upright, floriferous grower with large, single white flower and light pink markings. The growth habit lends itself well to making a hedge.
Ashton’s Pride has a dense, spreading, slightly weeping habit and narrow leaves. The perfuse lavender-pink medium single flowers appear early in the season. This hardy introduction from Dr. Ackerman is a cross between Oleifera x Sasanqua and is hardy to -15°F
Bonanza will dazzle you with its large, semi-double to peony blooms and deep glowing, mulberry red petals with occasional splashes of light white. Their firm petals are both waved and fluted and will begin early and continue for several months. This Camellia makes an excellent foundation plant, and due to the compact, spreading nature rarely needs pruning.
Also known as ‘Snow on The Mountain’ and ‘White Dove’ – Mine-No-Yuki is a bushy camellia with pendulous branches, and Heavy bud set. The small to medium, semi-double to loose peony blooms have a notched, feathery petal, and will bloom early fall. Mine-no-yuki makes an excellent contianer specimen in warmer climates.
Ruby has the dense semi-dwarf nature of ‘Shi-Shi-Gashira’ but a softer appearance in the landscape. Blooms heavily throughout fall. Small Christmas red, fully double blooms decorate the deep olive green, super glossy foliage on this compact plant.
Pink Serenade makes a very colorful hedge due to its vigorous growth habit, profuse pink flowers, and burgundy new growth
Shishigashira translated means “Lion Head”. It features a low, compact, spreading habit with a long blooming period extending from early season to mid-season. Shishigashira is one of our most popular camellias because it is a low growing evergreen that packs a big punch!! It can be used as a low hedge or mass planting in full sun or light shade.