The first of the Camellias to bloom at the start of Camellia season begins in the fall. Most common are the Camellia sasanqua camellias, which bloom in mass and as they bloom they shatter making beautiful carpets of petals ranging in colors from white, red and pink. There are also other species that have earlier blooming Camellias and you will find these in our Fall Blooming Collection!
Camellias are the most diverse group of Evergreen Ornamental Shrubs. They typically bloom Fall-Spring with a multitude of colors, patterns, sizes & bloom types. Growth habits and foliage characteristics are also just as diverse as the blooms! And Camellias don't have thorns!
Did you know the tea we all love to drink comes from a Camellia? Not just any Camellia ~ only Camellia sinensis is used for producing the wonderful beverage. We have developed a line of Camellia sinensis Tea plants that are exceptional in the garden as well as in your cup!
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Spring is not far away and your camellias should still be blooming their heads off! When we move into mid to end of March, the camellias will begin tapering off but there's still plenty of time to get out and enjoy the blooms!