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A slow growing evergreen shrub bearing ruffled white flowers. Leaves are narrower than Camellia sasanqua. Ideal in a partly shaded, moist, well drained soil.

Origin: China

camellia zhenzhu cha © 2014A beautiful, rare Chinese cultivar that has miniature rose-form double white flowers and small leaves. Easy to grow.Full sun to part shade.

Origin: China

Camellia japonica Night Rider A hybrid between Camellia 'Ruby Bells' and C. japonica 'Kuro-tsubaki'. Night rider is a slow growing evergreen shrub. Dark green foliage and almost black undersides toward bronze-red new growth. Flowering waxy dark small red semi-double flowers. Part-Shade. Flowering late winter and early spring. Growing to 2 metres tall

Origin: New Zealand

camellia japonica unryu © 2013(Zig Zag Camellia) This variety has an unusual zig-zag branching pattern. ‘Unryu’ means ‘dragon in the clouds’ as the Japanese thought it looks like a dragon climbing towards the sky.  Bears small crimson flowers with deep veining. Sun to part shade.

Origin: Japan

Camellia japonicum Reigyoku Gold Variegated leaved form, with single red flowers and yellow stamens. Reigyoku is a small bush rarely exceeding 2 metres. A showy evergreen giving year round contrast.Sun to part shade.

Camellia lutchuensisA spectacular ornamental shrub with small white flowers. It has a slightly weeping habit. Grows best in the semi-shade, in a slightly acidic, well drained soil. Best suited to cool temperate or temperate climates. Part sun to part shade.

Origin: Japan, China, Korea

Camellia oleiferaCamellia oleifera is very similar to Camellia Sasanqua. It is possible both species originated from a common ancestor. This species has been used by the Chinese for hundreds of years as a source of cooking oil. Many medium sized camellia seeds during spring and summer, and it is from these that the oil is extracted. The ‘tea-oil’ is a thin, clear liquid used for cooking and in manufacturing.Sun to part shade.

Origin: China

This Small growing Shrub growing about 1 metre tall and small leafs and small white flowers.Full sun to part shade.

Camellia Retic Dr.Clifford Parks Very large rich red semi-double flower. A Vigorous upright grower that reaches 3metres tall and can take full-sun to part shade. flowers in winter.

Origin China

Camellia retic valley knudsenThis Camellia is semi Double redish - pink flower. Growing to 3metres tall. Flowering in winter. Part-Shade.

Jacaranda mimosaefolia White Christmas

Jacaranda mimosaefolia White Christmas Jacaranda
mimosaefolia 'White Christmas'

Lapageria rosea

Lapageria rosea Lapageria
Rosea & Alba

Ficus dammaropsis

Ficus dammaropsis Ficus

Australian Rhododendron SocietyThe Ferny Creek Horticultural SocietyGarden Plant Conservation Association of Australia Inc.International Oak SocietyIPPS AustraliaThe Waite ArboretumNursery and Garden Industry VictoriaNursery and Garden Industry Australia

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