Camellia hiemalis 'Showa-No-Sakae'
Native to eastern and southern Asia. There are over 3,000 named kinds, and the range in color, size, and form is remarkable. The genus includes the plant from which we get tea, but most garden plants are robust shrubs that flower in winter or spring.
Includes a number of varieties formerly listed as sasanquas but differing in their later, longer bloom and heavier-textured flowers.'Showa-No-Sakae'
Fairly fast, open growth to 3 ft. high, 6–8 ft. wide, with arching branches that make it good as espalier or in hanging basket. Semidouble to double flowers of soft pink.
Early to midseason. Medium to large blooms in dark red with deeper red veining. Formal double to peony...
Single white flowers blushed with pink, from pink buds. Upright, somewhat leggy plant.
Early to midseason. Anemone-form flowers sport white-margined pale pink petals with fringed ...