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.
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
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.
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.
Sea Foam Is a vigorous upright growing camellia with large, white, formal double flowers appearing late in the season. The beautiful, almost perfect, white flowers and dark green leaves make for a very colorful hedge or Specimen plant.
Victory white is a vigorous open upright grower with perfuse white semi-double to loose peony blooms. This dark green Camellia makes an excellent hedge and is cold hardy to zone 6B
Winter’s Snowman Is a vigorous upright grower with semi-glossy, dark green foliage. The floriferous pink buds open in the autumn to show off the lightly cupped white anemone flowers. A favorite of ours, this plant gives you two shows of color each year and is cold hardy to -10.