Camellia Journal September - November 2018
VOLUME 73, NO. 3
The Cover: C. japonica 'Silver Anniversary' is a large semi-double white flower introduced by Nuccio's in 1960. Photo by Bradford King
Bradford King describes camellias reminiscent of village greens or parks.
Bradford King shares the story of finding a C. japonica ‘General Washington’ in the Nantes Botanical Garden during a tour of Nantes, France.
Forrest Latta tips his hat to Dave Strother and those whose who helped put ACS and Massee Lane Gardens on the map in 1968.
Camellia japonica ‘Toichi Domoto’ is a beautiful medium formal to rose form double rose pink bloom with deep rose pink stripes.
Forrest Latta tells us the significance of the camellia collection in the K. Sawada WinterGarden.
Gene Phillips highlights C. japonica ‘Judge Solomon’, which was introduced by Nuccio’s Nurseries in 1956.
Sasanquas are a species of camellia native to the coastal forests of the southern Japanese archipelago.
White camellia flowers with no blemishes are a lovely sight.
Mark Crawford’s new column focuses attention on newer camellias.
News of Special Interest to ACS Members
ACS President Jim Dickson encourages members to visit Massee Lane Gardens.
Celeste Richard explains camellia lovers from overseas will be descending here and camellia-mania will be present for about three weeks.
Register soon for the early bird rate and get ready to enjoy tours, banquets, and the national camellia show.
Learn about the new introductory membership category, Club Director nominations, and planning tips for the 2018-2019 camellia show season.