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Trees and Shrubs

A slow growing evergreen shrub bearing ruffled white flowers. Leaves are narrower than Camellia sasanqua. Ideal in a partly shaded, moist, well drained soil.

Origin: China

camellia zhenzhu cha © 2014A beautiful, rare Chinese cultivar that has miniature rose-form double white flowers and small leaves. Easy to grow.Full sun to part shade.

Origin: China

Camellia japonica Night Rider A hybrid between Camellia 'Ruby Bells' and C. japonica 'Kuro-tsubaki'. Night rider is a slow growing evergreen shrub. Dark green foliage and almost black undersides toward bronze-red new growth. Flowering waxy dark small red semi-double flowers. Part-Shade. Flowering late winter and early spring. Growing to 2 metres tall

Origin: New Zealand

camellia japonica unryu © 2013(Zig Zag Camellia) This variety has an unusual zig-zag branching pattern. ‘Unryu’ means ‘dragon in the clouds’ as the Japanese thought it looks like a dragon climbing towards the sky.  Bears small crimson flowers with deep veining. Sun to part shade.

Origin: Japan

Camellia japonicum Reigyoku Gold Variegated leaved form, with single red flowers and yellow stamens. Reigyoku is a small bush rarely exceeding 2 metres. A showy evergreen giving year round contrast.Sun to part shade.

Camellia lutchuensisA spectacular ornamental shrub with small white flowers. It has a slightly weeping habit. Grows best in the semi-shade, in a slightly acidic, well drained soil. Best suited to cool temperate or temperate climates. Part sun to part shade.

Origin: Japan, China, Korea

Camellia oleiferaCamellia oleifera is very similar to Camellia Sasanqua. It is possible both species originated from a common ancestor. This species has been used by the Chinese for hundreds of years as a source of cooking oil. Many medium sized camellia seeds during spring and summer, and it is from these that the oil is extracted. The ‘tea-oil’ is a thin, clear liquid used for cooking and in manufacturing.Sun to part shade.

Origin: China

This Small growing Shrub growing about 1 metre tall and small leafs and small white flowers.Full sun to part shade.

Camellia Retic Dr.Clifford Parks Very large rich red semi-double flower. A Vigorous upright grower that reaches 3metres tall and can take full-sun to part shade. flowers in winter.

Origin China

Camellia retic valley knudsenThis Camellia is semi Double redish - pink flower. Growing to 3metres tall. Flowering in winter. Part-Shade.

Hamamelis intermedia Jelena

Hamamelis Intermedia dianne Hamamelis
intermedia Jelena

Opulent rosy-red flowers

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Felix

Red to copper-red flowers

Hamamelis Intermedia dianne Hamamelis
Intermedia dianne

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