2018 Camellia Journal Publications
C. japonica ‘Tama-no-ura’ was discovered in the wild by Tomokazu Fujita in 1947 in Tama-no-ura, Fuku’e Island, Gotô Archipelago, Nagasaki Prefecture, Japan, and named and released by the Prefectural Camellia Society. Photo by Bradford King
C. japonica ‘Silver Anniversary’ is a large semi-double white flower introduced by Nuccio’s in 1960. Photo by Bradford King.
C. hybrid ‘Dream Boat’ has a medium to large pink flower with a beautiful lavender cast on the incurved petals, making a lovely formal double bloom. This hybrid is a cross between C. saluenensis and C. japonica ‘K. Sawada’ with up to 50 petals. Caption and Photo by Bradford King.
‘Black Magic’ has a very dark glossy red, medium, irregular semi-double to rose form bloom, with unusual holly-like foliage. The midseason to late season bloom was introduced in 1992 by Nuccio’s Nurseries of Altadena, California. Cover Photo by Bradford King.