Camellia Journal December 2016 - February 2017
VOLUME 71, NO. 4
Bradford King summarizes a recently-published short story written by a 17-year-old Truman Compote featuring a prized camellia.
Bradford King highlights camellias registered in the 1950s.
Bradford King focuses on the non-reticulata hybrids which captured top honors in the 2014-2015 camellia show season.
This solid white formal double camellia is a popular show winner when blemish-free.
Ann Richards tells us about their extensive camellia collection and the best time to visit Huntington.
The two friends passion for breeding camellias led to the introduction of 16 reticulata hybrids, many of which are dark red.
Gene Phillips highlights ‘Emmett Pfingstl’ from 1950 which thrives today in Savannah, Georgia’s Backus Garden today.
News of Special Interest to ACS Members
The schedule and registration form for the upcoming ACS Annual Convention in Newberg, Oregon.
Business partners John Davy and Glen Strange honored with 2016 Outstanding Farm Families of the Year in Santa Rosa County, Florida.
ACS President Jim Campbell gives us a summary of camellia activities and invites everyone to attend the Newberg, Oregon Annual Meeting.
ACS Executive Director Celeste Richard reminds members ‘Tis the Season to support our Annual Friends of Camellia Campaign.
26 .. Atlantic Coast Camellia Society Honors Mathis and Ritter...ACS Operations Manager William Khoury
William Khoury, ACS Operations Manager, recounts his visit to Litchfield Beach, South Carolina.
Camille Bielby, ACS Multimedia Specialist, enjoyed learning more about camellias on her visit to Bay St. Louis, Mississippi.
The Birth of a Camellia Club is an interesting tale of how a camellia club was formed in New Bern, North Carolina, with its first meeting held at a McDonald’s!
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