2019 Camellia Journal Publications
C. hiemalis ‘Kanjiro Variegated’ originated in Japan. It is a variegated rose pink shading to rose red on the edges of its petals. It is a small to medium semi-double flower. Photo by Gene Phillips.
The Cover: C. williamsii ‘Little Lavender’ was originated by McCaskill Gardens of Pasadena, California. The lavender pink miniature to small anemone form flower blooms midseason on a vigorous compact upright plant. Photo by Bradford King.
C. reticulata ‘Crimson Robe’ originated in Yunnan, China. The bloom is a carmine red, very large semi-double with wavy or crinkled petals. It flowers early to midseason. Photo by Bradford King.
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