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’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
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
Pink Icicle is one of many excellent introductions from Dr. William Ackerman. It has an upright habit with a large semi-double to peony flower blooming mid to late season and Is hardy to zone 6. Pink Icicle with its narrow leaves can take the sun and will help add a colorful screen to the landscape or make a perfect specimen.