If you are not familiar with Camellias you should make a point of checking them out! They have the most breathtaking array of flowers in many shapes and colors and the best part is they are blooming NOW when most things are partly dormant!

There are two varieties of camellias- specifically Camellia Sasanqua and Camellia Japonica.

Generally the Sasanqua Camellias tend to have smaller foliage and are smaller in stature. Most grow in the 4-5 foot height and width range. They bloom (depending on the variety) from October to about February.
Click here to view Camellia Sasanqua’s!

Camellia Japonica tends to have larger foliage and can grow significantly larger- from 6 to 20 feet – albeit fairly slowly. The Japonica –again depending on the variety- bloom from about December to March.
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There are a wide range of colors in both varieties (white, pink, reds and yellow) and types of flowers from open faced to many petals like a rose.

They are currently available in the Garden Center in both a 3 gallon size and a 7 gallon size and are on Sale at 20% OFF! Stop by and see them- you won’t be sorry!

Click here to view in our Plant Library!