Ashton’s Snow

Ashton’s Snow

Ashton’s Snow has a dense globular habit with dark green leaves. This camellia has a long blooming season. The white semi-double flowers will appear in early November and continue through January. Ashton’s Snow is a hybrid of Japonica x oleiferaand is hardy to -15°F

Autumn Breeze

Autumn Breeze

Autumn Breeze has a bushy, spreading habit. The semi-double white flower with a pink edge has 27 petals. This Dr. Parks introduction is a true Hiemalis.

Autumn Mist

Autumn Mist

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.

Autumn Pink Icicle

Autumn Pink Icicle

Autumn Pink Icicle is a dense upright grower with narrow dark green foliage and a heavy bud set. The deep pink medium-sized semi-double blooms appear early season and last through mid-season.

Autumn Rose

Autumn Rose

Autumn Rose is a vigorous upright grower with small dark green leaves. This Dr. Parks introduction has profuse single, light rose-red flowers that appear mid-season.

Autumn Sun

Autumn Sun

Autumn Sun is a dense, upright grower with red, semi-double flowers appearing in mid-season. This Dr. Parks introduction is an excellent camellia.

Autumn Sunrise

Autumn Sunrise

Autumn Sunrise is a fast upright grower. This full Camellia produces a fragrant, single, white flowers with a deep pink rim in early fall and is tested to zone 6A

Ballet in Pink

Ballet in Pink

Ballet in pink is an upright columnar grower with large, showy, orchid pink flowers in each node. This Dr. Parks introduction is a Japonica x Saluensis cross hardy to zone 7A.

Berenice Beauty

Berenice Beauty

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.

Bernice Boddy

Bernice Boddy

Berenice Boddy is a vigorous upright grower with a slightly weeping habit and dark green leaves. It produces Medium, Semi-double, light pink flowers that deepen toward the end of the petal and under the petal. This rather unusual trait combined with its cold resistance makes Berenice Boddy a must-have. Introduced in 1947 and has been tested to zone 6B.