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Camellia Ace of Hearts
Evergreen shrub with glossy, dark green leaves forming large, peony-form red flowers in spring.
from £26.99
Camellia Anticipation
Camellia Anticipation
A lovely evergreen shrub with masses of ruffled, rose-pink flowers borne in late winter and early spring. Camellias are best grown in a sheltered position. They really like acidic soil, but can happily be grown in containers using ericaceous compost.

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£30.00
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Camellia Brushfield's Yellow
Camellia Brushfield's Yellow
An upright, evergreen shrub with glossy, dark green foliage and in winter and spring, bearing double, creamy-white flowers with a yellow centre. Camellias are best grown in a sheltered position to prevent frost damage to the buds, and need to be planted in slightly acidic soil or ericaceous compost if planted in pots.
from £26.99
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Camellia Doctor Burnside
Camellia Doctor Burnside
An evergreen shrub with glossy, dark green leaves, producing semi-double, scarlet-red flowers from late winter into spring.
£26.99

Camellia Doctor King
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Camellia Doctor King
Upright, evergreen shrub with glossy, dark green foliage and bearing semi-double, reddish pink flowers from winter through until spring.
£124.99
Camellia Doctor King
Camellia Doctor King
Upright, evergreen shrub with glossy, dark green foliage and bearing semi-double, reddish pink flowers from winter through until spring.
from £26.99

Camellia Magnoliiflora
Camellia Magnoliiflora
A wide-spreading, evergreen shrub with twisted, glossy, dark green leaves producing semi-double, blush-pink flowers in spring.
£26.99
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Camellia Narcissiflora
An evergreen shrub with glossy, dark green leaves, producing scented, single white flowers with a golden centre from mid-autumn to mid-winter.
from £43.99

Camellia Silver Anniversary
Camellia Silver Anniversary
Evergreen shrub with glossy, dark green leaves and bearing peony-like, white flowers in late winter and early spring. Camellias require acidic soil but may be grown as specimen container plants in ericaceous compost.
from £29.90
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