Camellias

 

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Pink Red White RHS Award of Garden Merit

Shades of Red

Camellia Adolphe Audusson

Adolphe Audusson

Flower description: Blood red flowers with conspicuous stamens. Large semi-double flowers that flower in March and can sometimes be marbled with white.
Height and habit:1.5m in 10 years
Uses: Excellent in containers as well as the garden. After flowering the handsome foliage is a good foil for other plants and can provide a useful screen. Camellias are suitable for growing against a North, North West or West facing wall.

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'Freedom Bell' (hybrid)
RHS Award
'Freedom Bell' (hybrid)

Flower description: Small semi-double bright red bell shaped flowers in January/February.
Height & habit: 1.5m / 5ft approx. in 10 years. An evergreen, Freedom Bell is fairly fast growing and has an upright compact habit.
Uses: Excellent in containers as well as the garden. After flowering the handsome foliage is a good foil for other plants and can provide a useful screen. Camellias are suitable for growing against a North, North West or West facing wall.

japonica 'Optima Rosea' japonica
'Optima Rosea'

Flower description: Double rose form flowers with light and dark shades of pink flecked carmine.  Flowers March/April.
Height & habit: 1.5m / 5ft approx. in 10 years.  An evergreen, Optima Rosea has a compact habit.
Uses: Excellent in containers as well as the garden. After flowering the handsome foliage is a good foil for other plants and can provide a useful screen. Camellias are suitable for growing against a North, North West or West facing wall.

japonica 'Roger Hall' japonica
'Roger Hall'

Flower description: Clear bright red formal double flowers. Flowers February to April.
Height & habit: 1.5m / 5ft approx. in 10 years.  An evergreen, Roger Hall has dense foliage and a vigorous upright habit.
Uses: Excellent in containers as well as the garden. After flowering the handsome foliage is a good foil for other plants and can provide a useful screen. Camellias are suitable for growing against a North, North West or West facing wall.

x williamsii 'Ruby Wedding' x williamsii
'Ruby Wedding'

Flower description: Double ruby-red flowers with a white speckled centre.  Flowers March.
Height & habit: 1.5m / 5ft approx. in 10 years.  An evergreen, Ruby Wedding has a vigorous, upright and dense habit.
Uses: Excellent in containers as well as the garden. After flowering the handsome foliage is a good foil for other plants and can provide a useful screen. Camellias are suitable for growing against a North, North West or West facing wall.

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