Camellia Journal March 2010-May 2010
Volume 65, Number 4
Similarities and Differences in Camellia Preferences. By Bradford King.
Camellias are trees and Dr. Clifford R. Parks tells how large plantings of camellias can be used to effectively make a transition between intensely cultivated areas and natural woodland.
Betty Sheffield is the most famous family of ‘sports.’ By Bradford King.
Camellia reticulata ‘Dr. Clifford Parks’ -- a cross between reticulata ‘Crimson robe’ and japonica ‘Kramer’s Supreme’.
Do you know your whites?
Brad King tells how to use approach Grafting to produce two beautiful plants or introduce virus into a non-variegated plant.
News of Special Interest to ACS Members
Goes long distance to consult on old garden. By Norman Vickers.
Roger Vinson shares ACS Vision for 2020.
Massee lane Gardens exploding with color; ACS exploding with membership.
January 2010 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
Florence Crowder and Vince Dooley visit Valdosta Camellia and Garden Club. By Mark Crawford.
C. Warren Thompson honored.
Presented in 1949, it is on displayed at ACS headquarters.
Books that will enhance the ACS collection.
Patrick Andrews discusses importance of membership.
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