camellia


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  • noun

Synonyms for camellia

any of several shrubs or small evergreen trees having solitary white or pink or reddish flowers

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The most obvious sporting occurs where red and white camellias have been crossed to produce a mottled or flecked double flowered hybrid.
Last week Jacki Rees from Swansea asked whether she could take cuttings from godmother's well-established camellias as they flower beautifully in spring and early summer.
Also if you need to prune your camellia, and generally they don't need pruning, do it after flowering in spring but no later or you will be chopping off developing flower buds.
5, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- With centuries of use in Asian cultures as a beautification and moisturizing agent, white camellia seed oil holds a special place in the all-natural skincare community.
com)-- Julie Hewett Los Angeles[R] is pleased to announce the launch of her latest anti-aging beauty item, 100% Organic Camellia Oil.
Todd, the oldest of Camellia Smart's four children, died in 2004 at age 33 after battling cancer for much of his life.
The azaleas are thriving and the camellias are in full bloom, but one of the camellia stems has died and another one is showing stress--small buds are not opening and leaves are much smaller than the rest and starting to yellow.
Synopsis: In September 1865 Eli Calhoon, Lieutenant Colonel, Confederate States Army, returns to his war-ravaged plantation home, Camellia Creek, outside Port Gibson, Mississippi, resolved to begin again.
Camellia Group, which provides services in education, hospitality, industry, real estate and aviation, has announced its foray into the medical sector by setting up its first medical hub in Eastern India
1 CAMELLIA JAPONICA is an old-fashioned shrub that blooms in winter and early spring.
More than 100 specimens of camellia plants, some dating to the mid-1940s, will be open to public viewing today and again on May 2-3 at the Dahack Gardens in Tiller, about 40 miles southeast of Roseburg.
The Rev Cleasby saved Chester Cathedral from dire financial straits and it was his imagination, such as planting these experimental camellia hybrids received as a donation from Ness Gardens, which not only saved money but also beautified the cathedral grounds.
CAMELLIA Moody-Jones always ensures that there is something tasty for the birds to eat in her garden.
As a veteran "camellian," Trehane (a director/editor, International Camellia Society) follows up on her Camellias: A Gardener's Guide to the Genus (1998) in featuring some 600 species and classic and cold-hardy cultivars.