Camellia Journal June 2012 - August 2012
VOLUME 67, NO. 2
'Hulyn's Sweet Emily', a Camellia reticulata, is a very large, dark pink peony, registered by the late Hulyn Smith of Valdosta, Georgia, in July 2010, and is named for his granddaughter. Cover Photograph by Randolph Maphis.
The individual bloom lasts only one day, but day lilies are dependable bloomers from Massachusetts to California, offering a wonderland of color each summer.
Honoring a man and a flower.
Bradford King tells about the good times at the Winter Convention in Norfolk, Virginia.
A Georgia camellia made its way to post offices all over the United States and the First Issue Day was celebrated in Fort Valley, Georgia.
A quiz full of spoofs and fun. Answers Pages 24-25.
Sun camellias are hardy, long lived and require minimum care.
News of Special Interest to ACS Members
The word "quit" is not in their vocabulary in Edgefield, South Carolina.
It's time to show the world the value, the uses, and the beauty of camellias.
Answers to camellia quiz on page 15.
The Norfolk, Virginia, Convention has set a new threshold that will be difficult to cross, ACS President Matt Hunter says.
ACS Executive Director Celeste Richard tells of the contributions of two special couples, who were honored at the Winter Convention.
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Charleston's Most Visited Plantation