Camellia Journal September 2010-November 2010
Volume 65, Number 3
The form of ‘Star Above Star,’ a lovely white semidouble that shades to lavender pink on the petal edges, is actually one star superimposed on another. Cover Photo by Bradford King.
This small to medium single japonica is a true camellia jewel with its bright red petals and wide band of white. It was started in Japan in 1947. By Bradford King.
‘Sawada’s Dream’ has historical significance and perfect blooms. ‘Sawada’s Mahogany’ has amazing color and flower form. Douglas Ruhren.
Bradford King tells about camellias that can give your landscape pizazz.
Hiemalis ‘Kanjiro’ One of the most reliable, beautiful, vigorous, tall-growing sun camellias. By Bradford King.
The Higo Camellia Society of Kurume, Japan, is on a mission to propagate and preserve the Higo camellias. By Bradford King.
Aiken County, S.C. has registered 56 camellia cultivars over the last 60 years, and four Aiken County Camille Society members have documented that work in a book. By W. Lee Poe, Jr.
Camellia Know How: Camellia Show Time. There is agony in flower shows, but it is also fun to share blossoms and ideas
Brad King gives the scoop on how to prepare for flower shows. He also gives tips and ideas on using gibberellic acid.
News of Special Interest to ACS Members
A giant in the camellia world dies.
Nuccio’s Nurseries and the family celebrate 75 years in business. By Bradford King.
The gift of a truck and a van by Atlanta Gas Light has helped to relieve the workload at ACS headquarters.
Roger Vinson talks about 2010 and says it’s been a good year for ACS.
Celeste Richard talks about 2010 and says it’s been a good year for ACS.
ACS Membership Committee Chairman Patrick Andrews says the friendships make the difference.
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