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Home · Camellia Care & Culture · Camellia Care & Culture · General Culture & Requirements. Planting Camellias by American Camellia Society Choose a .
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Camellia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Camellia, the camellias, is a genus of flowering plants in the family Theaceae. They are found in eastern and southern Asia, from the Himalaya east to Japan .
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How to Grow Camellias | Danny Lipford
As a foundation shrub, or a specimen plant, camellias offer striking green foliage, elegant shaping, and brightly-colored blooms that make them one of the .
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Camellia - Plant Encyclopedia - BHG.com
Find information on planting and growing Camellias and see pictures from the Plant Encyclopedia at Better Homes and Gardens.
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Plant Profile Camellia: Care, Uses and Best Varieties of Shade ...
Jan 24, 2007 . See how to care for, maintain, and use camellias in the garden. More than beautiful winter flowers and evergreen foliage the camellia has a lot .
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How to Grow Camellias | eHow.com
How to Grow Camellias. Camellias are a very attractive low maintenance trees and shrubs. They grow in warm or cold areas in well-drained soil that is protected .
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  • Camelias for beginner gardener? - Camellia Forum - GardenWeb
    Apr 22, 2005 . I love double camellias. I would like to grow them but do not know how or which ones. Do they do better in full sun (west or south sides) or .
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Camellia Culture
Camellias bloom when few other plants do -- in late fall, winter, or early spring. Two species of camellias are grown in North Carolina. Camellia japonica has .
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