Adolphe Audusson is a famous French Camellia released in 1877 by Henri Guichard. The large semi-double flowers are dark red with large white splotches, and the foliage is a hardy dark green. This vigorous, compact Camellia has been a favorite for over a century.
April Blush is a compact, slow grower with a heavy bud set that opens into a large, light blush pink flower. The semi-double blooms appear mid to late season. An excellent shrub for a splash of color in a small area. Another great introduction from 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.
Ashton Pink is a Japonica x Oleifera hybrid introduce by Dr. Ackerman and is cold hardy down to fifteen degrees. The spreading globular habit and lavender-pink, semi-double flowers that appear midseason makes for an excellent low maintenance.
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 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 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 Sun is a dense, upright grower with red, semi-double flowers appearing in mid-season. This Dr. Parks introduction is an excellent camellia.
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.
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.
Bob Hope is an upright, Dense, slow-growing camellia with dark green leaves. The large to very large, semi-double, deep black-red flowers have noticeable purple spots on the petals and buds and wavy petals
Christmas Rose is truly a beautiful camellia with deep pink, semi-double flowers, which tends to open close to Christmas – thus the name. This sturdy, deep green camellia makes a very colorful hedge.