Ack Scent

Ack Scent

Ack-Scent has a large, shell pink, peony flower with a deep spicy, fragrance, and a floriferous, upright habit. A Dr. Ackerman introduction which bloomed for the first time in 1974. It grows at a medium rate and will make an excellent specimen.

Adeyaka

Adeyaka

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.

Adolphe Audusson Var.

Adolphe Audusson Var.

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.

Afternoon Delight

Afternoon Delight

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.

All American Var.

All American Var. Flower Color: Dark Red/White Marble Bloom Time: Mid Spring Zone: 8 Rate/Shape: Fast/Upright Flower Shape: Anemone Why...
Altheaiflora

Altheaiflora

Altheaiflora has a strong, upright, but slightly weeping habit with dark green leaves. The large Carmine red peony flowers appear in midseason. It makes an excellent specimen.

Anticipation

Anticipation

Anticipation is an upright grower with dark green leaves. The large Orchid pink, peony flowers appear early and last through late season. This Saluenensis x Japonica cross was introduced in 1923 and first bloomed in 1959.

April Blush

April Blush

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 Dawn

April Dawn

April Dawn has a vigorous, upright habit and a very heavy bud set. The rose pink, shell pink, and white variegated formal double flowers spread throughout the whole plant from mid to late season. An excellent variegated camellia because there is no virus used. A great introduction from Dr. Parks.

April Kiss

April Kiss

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.”

April Remembered

April Remembered

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.

April Rose

April Rose

April Rose is a compact, upright camellia with a heavy bud set. The soft rose-red medium flower appears in midseason and lasts through the late season. Although ‘April Remembered’ has a very hardy bud, it still likes protection in the colder parts of zone 6. Another great introduction from Dr. Parks.

April Snow

April Snow

April Snow is a compact, well-formed plant of slow to medium growth and a heavy bud set. The milky white, medium rose form flower appears in the late season, thus missing a lot of the flower damage caused by cold snaps. Another great introductions from Dr. Parks.

April Tryst

April Tryst

April Tryst has an excellent upright habit, a heavy bud set, and will grow at a medium rate. The bright red anemone flower with a hint of white on the center petals will bloom for an extended period in the middle of the season. This hardy flower can withstand freezing weather that usually damages other varieties. Another great introductions from Dr. Parks.