2017 Camellia Journal Publications

Camellia Journal September - November 2017

Camellia Journal September - November 2017

This very large, deep glowing pink to red semi-double to peony form bloom has darker veins, white anthers and white filaments. It consists of 9 to 13 broad, fluted and curled outer petals and 9 to 14 rabbit-eared inner petals with occasional petaloids. Dr. Walter E. Homeyer, Jr. bred the plant by crossing C. japonica ‘Steve Blount’ and C. reticulata ‘Buddha’. Cover Photo by Bradford King.

Camellia Journal June - August 2017

Camellia Journal June - August 2017

Elmer and Berenice Achterberg originated ‘Dusty’, which first flowered in 1984 but wasn’t registered until 2010. This large, dusty rose-pink, formal double Camellia japonica flowers mid to late season. Cover Photo by Bradford King

 Camellia Journal March - May 2017

Camellia Journal March - May 2017

'Adorable' has a small to medium bright pink formal double flower that blooms mid to late season on an upright compact plant. This C. pitardii seedling was introduced in Australia in 1979 by Sebire. Cover Photo by Bradford King

Camellia Journal December 2016 - February 2017

Camellia Journal December 2016 - February 2017

Kosaku Sawada’s Overlook Nursery in Mobile, Alabama introduced ‘Sawada’s Dream’. The wonderful medium white japonica has delicate pink outer petals and a beautiful spiraled formal double form. Cover Photo by Bradford King