Camellia japonica

Also found in: Dictionary, Wikipedia.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
  • noun

Synonyms for Camellia japonica

greenhouse shrub with glossy green leaves and showy fragrant rose-like flowers


Related Words

References in periodicals archive ?
The much-loved Camellia japonica will have more success in southern counties, which get better light and fewer frosts.
Now planted with lush liriope, fatsia, and camellia japonica, it is a favorite spot for guests to linger, and Sandy created a path to the gazebo that continues around the back of the new wing, making a full circle.
The two main species that we find supplying us with the large majority of our hybrids are Camellia japonica and Camellia x williamsii.
There are many species of camellia but the kind you see in gardens in Europe will be mostly the common camellia japonica, the early-flowering camellia sasanqua, the large-flowered camellia reticulata and the camellia saluenensis.
Moist Shade - Hostas, Ferns, Iris siberica, Hydrangea petiolaris, Brunnera macrophylla, trilliums, Camellia japonica, Mahonia aquifolium, Rubus tricolor and Sarcococca.
4 -- color) Left: Camellia japonica 'Covina' is a good choice for sunny locations.
According to the American Camellia Society, the Camellia Japonica first saw America in 1798 at Hoboken, N.
Camellia Japonica has many hybrids amongst which Adolph Audusson is the most popular.
Camellia japonica, top left, and bamboo, above, look terrific in containers, but they need the right type of commercial compost.
50) in which Camellia Japonica and Midnight Crossing are worth including.
Proceedings begin at the Curragh, where families are entitled to free entry today, with two very tricky races and market moves could be as good as any guide to what is fancied in both, but tentative selections are given to Cole Porter in the opener and Camellia Japonica in the second race.
1 CAMELLIA JAPONICA is an old-fashioned shrub that blooms in winter and early spring.
3 Camellia japonica 'Nuccio's Gem' White flowers and evergreen leaves on a shrub that grows to 12 feet tall and sometimes more.
The most popular species is Camellia japonica, and good varieties of that include C.
The varieties of Camellia japonica are the most common, which are generally the more compact plants and comprising of the widest variation in colour.