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 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
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.
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.
Betty Sette is a medium dense, upright grower with wavy, dark, green foliage. The medium, formal double, deep pink blooms are the ideal size for personal adornment. Dr. Ackerman introduced this beautiful late-season bloomer in 1992, and it is hardy to -10°.
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.