Camellia Journal June 2010-August 2010
Volume 65, Number 2
‘Miles Beach’ is named for Miles Beach, Sr. and is a red frosted Reticulata with golden anthers and red filaments, large to very large, semidouble form. Cover Photo by Miles Beach, Jr.
A Higo is distinguished by the 100 to 250 stamens that flare out to form a central sunburst. By Bradford
Tremendous progress is being made towards preserving the “ancient” and “historic” camellias and azaleas. By Douglas Ruhren.
Camellia japonica ‘Magnoliaeflora’ -- A classic camellia japonica grown and enjoyed throughout the camellia world. By Bradford King.
Jennie Upchurch tells of her passion for camellias and says, “My love affair with camellias is no longer new and shallow, but rather it is perpetual and deep.”
Florence Crowder went to France in search of “Ancient Camellia” cuttings and returned with a bountiful
Brad King tells how to care for camellias in the summer months and how to deal with both wanted and unwanted visitors.
News of Special Interest to ACS Members
Sixteen new signs on major highways advertise the gardens. By Roger Ann Davis
ACS reaches a significant point, our 65th Anniversary. By Roger Vinson.
ACS membership provides some special benefits.