Reticulata

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The original reticulata varieties came from temple gardens in China, where they have been tended and revered for centuries. They are typically tall upright shrubs with bold, pointed foliage and very large richly coloured flowers.

Unfortunately they are not seen at their best in the open in SE England, but they have been used to breed a number of hybrids which are very garden-worthy and hardy.capable of producing rich colours and magnificent flowers.

The largest do best when sheltered from the coldest winds by a fence, shrubbery or wall.

  • Camellia 'Dr Clifford Parks'

    Camellia 'Dr Clifford Parks'

    Evergreen shrub, valued for large,luxuriant rich green leaves and masses of large, showy semi-double to peony-form, coral-scarlet flowers. Especially good under glass. Prefers sheltered site, sunny or shade, and any well drained neutral/acid soil., Spring
    £19.95
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    Camellia 'Nijinski'

    Pale Pink, Semi-double up to 12cm across, open, upright growth, a salutation seeding, March-April
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  • Camellia 'Royalty'

    Camellia 'Royalty'

    One of the most hardy reticulata hybrids. Bold, dark green foliage on a fairly lax bush, with very large, bright crimson semi-double flowers, with golden stamens. Striking. Can be trained against a wall. Good plant on top of hill at RHS Wisley., Spring
    £29.00
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  • Camellia 'Show Girl'

    Camellia 'Show Girl'

    Large, semi-double, soft pink flowers on a vigorous evergreen bush. Leaves dark and glossy green. Scented and winter-flowering, especially good under glass. Prefers sheltered site, sunny or shade, and any well drained neutral/acid soil., Winter-Spring
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