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Yuletide Camellia
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Camellia sasanqua 'Yuletide' Single, brilliant, fiery red blooms centered with bright yellow stamens make this a beautiful addition to the winter garden. Blossoms stand out in high contrast against glossy, dark green foliage. Excellent choice for a colorful hedge or screen, espalier, and border shrub
Yuletide Sasanqua camelliaright time table for holiday display,tall ad slender for narrow space
Yuletide Sasanqua camelia (zones 7-10) Can be put
evergreen shrub is tall and slender for a Sasanqua, perfect for a narrow slot. Look for a blooming plant now, and put near the front door.
'Yuletide' Sasanqua camellia - some have lite fragrance.
Bright red with a yellow center, 'Yuletide' Sasanqua camellia blooms in late fall, just in
“Pretty flower” — bobrs11
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Pink-A-Boo® Camellia
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Camellia sasanqua 'MonDel' P.P. #21,687 Pink-A-Boo® A sport from the extremely popular red Yuletide Camellia. Large, wonderfully fragrant, deep pink blooms are centered with bright yellow stamens - making a beautiful addition to the cool season garden. Float blossoms in a bowl to enjoy the fragrance
Sasanqua Camellia (Camellia sasanqua) Whereas the better known Japanese camellia flowers in spring, Sasanqua camellia blooms earlier and also tolerates more sun. The glossy, dark green leaves are evergreen
single camelia Camellia sasanqua MonDel PP Pink a Boo
Whereas the better known Japanese camellia flowers in spring, Sasanqua camellia blooms earlier and also tolerates more sun. The glossy, dark green leaves are evergreen, making this a shrub for year-round interest
“Pink a boo camellia. Monrovia” — splashtime
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Shishi Gashira Camellia, Camellia sasanqua 'Shishi Gashira'
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Shishi Gashira Camellia, Camellia sasanqua 'Shishi Gashira'
Sasanqua Camellias These all-around useful shrubs can also work
Sasanqua Camellias - blooms fall through winter and will take more sun than the common Camellia japonica.
“Gashira Camellia, Camellia sasanqua 'Shishi Gashira'” “Camellia Hiemalis (Shishi-Gashira rose-red, double blossom)” “Ryan's bush by office window Camellia” “common Camellia japonica
Sasanqua CamelliasThese all-around useful shrubs can also work well in containers. They bloom earlier than the more common Camellia japonica, from fall through winter, and they're smaller and more varied in size and shape. Choose an upright or spreading type. Colors include white, pink, rose, red. 'Shishi
““Gashira Camellia, Camellia sasanqua 'Shishi Gashira'” “Camellia Hiemalis (Shishi-Gashira rose” — billchamberlain
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Great Design Plant: Sasanqua Camellia
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Camellia sasanqua 'Shishi-Gashira', spreading form. November. Photo by Bill Marken
regularly with special camellia food. To prevent diseases from spreading, try to pick up fallen blossoms — although Sasanquas aren't as susceptible to petal blight as Japonicas.
regularly with special camellia food. To prevent diseases from spreading, try to pick up fallen blossoms — although Sasanquas aren't as susceptible to petal blight as Japonicas. To grow a Sasanqua in a container, start with commercial camellia mix or make your own with up to 50 percent organic matter. Pot
How to use it. Choose a Sasanqua variety based on colors you like plus growth habit. Some varieties tend to spread; others stand upright. You can see tendencies in young nursery plants
“Camellia” — lheadly
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Camellia 'Freedom Bell'
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Appreciate winter flowers. The most common camellias grown in our area are Camellia sasanqua and Camellia japonicas. Camellia sasanquas bloom from September to January and tend to have a mass of small flowers (as compared to C. japonicas) blooming all at
Fall/winter bloomer: Camelia japonicas_ fewer flowers but bloom til March vs C. sasanqua
Appreciate winter flowers. The most common camellias grown in our area are Camellia sasanqua and Camellia japonicas. Camellia sasanquas bloom from September to January and tend to have a mass of small flowers (as compared to C. japonicas) blooming all at one time. They are also tolerant of some sun.
“Japonicas: Sept-March Sasanquas: Sept-Jan” — lbrock51
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Birthday Gardens
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Camillia sasanqua Pamela Bateman Design
The Camellia sasanquas start blooming in October.
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Camellia sasanqua
“Camellias are beautiful flowers to float in a bowl for a birthday celebration” — Pamela Bateman Garden Design
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Camellia sasanqua 'Yuletide'
“Camellia” — Small Spot Gardens
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