Camellia Journal December 2012 - February 2013
VOLUME 67, NO. 4
'Mary Edna Curlee' is a pink splotched, medium peony flower with rose pink and darker red highlights, introduced in 1996 by Miles Beach.
Camellia sinensis the most widely grown and useful in the world. But there are others, too, that bring us joy.
Bradford King looks at little known camellias and some which are oldies but goodies.
A spectacular descendant of the Chinese Yunnan <em>reticulatas</em> brought to the U.S. in 1948. By Bradford King
14 .. All Things Camellia: A New Tea House and Ceremonial Tea Garden in the Huntington Botanical Gardens...Bradford King
The Japanese Garden and Tea House has been redone; this article includes Tea Ceremony pictures.
This story is the beginning of a legend, a story of camellias, a flower show, a bathtub and the magical ingredient -- children.
Bradford King tells all about spider mites and how to deal with them.
Roger Vinson found 'Sweetheart' in full bloom in summer in the San Francisco Botanical Gardens, which leads to interesting ideas of creating more summer bloomers.
News of Special Interest to ACS Members
Bobbi Adams tells of her entry into the camellia world and of the work of the Lee County Historical Society at James House.
Two U.S. botanists and camellia experts have been honored for their extraordinary contributions to the camellia world.
The group met at Litchfield, S.C., holding official meetings, socials, and an outstanding auction at which a 'Ray Gentry Variegated' sold for $300.
This group celebrated this milestone in Natchez, MS, with good business meetings, socials, and a special serenade.
The season is underway with its usual rush of work and fun. ACS President Matt Hunter tells how to enjoy it all.
You never know who you will meet in the Camellia World. ACS Executive Director Celeste Richard tells how an intruding troublemaker became a friend.
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