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Synonyms for camellia

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

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Jo Gorman A The black sooty mould on the leaves is a common problem with camellias but usually doesn't harm the shrub fatally - you did the right thing by washing it off.
I would be grateful for A The black sooty mould on the leaves is a common problem with camellias but usually doesn't harm the shrub fatally - you did the right thing by washing it off.
Jo Gorman South Ealing, Greater London Hi Jo The black sooty mould on the leaves is a common problem with camellias but usually doesn't harm the shrub fatally - you did the right thing by washing it off.
The director of the center, Huang Liyuan, was quoted by LTN as saying that the Taipei Camellias Show is the largest display of Camellia flowers in Taiwan, and the director also boasted the wide variety of flowers on display at the show and the generally beautiful scenery of Yang Ming mountain and the Floriculture Experiment Center.
CHERISHED: Leslie Ann opens as a formal double and made its debut in 1960 and is one of the most loved camellias today.
It's advisable to keep camellias away from the morning sun as in the winter a rapid thaw of frozen buds can be too stressful, so avoid east-facing positions.
Camellias need acid soil - if yours is alkaline or limy, varieties such as Anticipation do well in containers.
In that vein this week audiences in Cyprus can enjoy performances by the Bolshoi Ballet in Moscow right here in Paphos and Nicosia with the screening of the ballet Lady of the Camellias at the K Cineplex in Strovolos, Nicosia and at the Kings Avenue Mall in Paphos.
Q: I have some mature, 8-foot, multi-stem camellias that have been successfully living in a bed with azaleas in Virginia Beach.
Camellias are handsome evergreen shrubs with glossy foliage and showy rose-like flowers that come in a variety of colors.
THE letter by John Wolfenden (DP, Mar 12), describing how the camellias planted by the late Very Rev Ingram Cleasby (as described in his Daily Post obituary) were ripped up and burned two years ago, highlights an un-Christian attitude by those in charge which beggars belief.
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.