An Asiatic genus of small shrubs, often with shining leaves and showy flowers. Camellia Japonica is much cultivated for ornament, and Camellia Sassanqua and Camellia oleifera are grown in China for the oil which is pressed from their seeds. The tea plant is now referred to this genus under the name of Camellia Thea.
An ornamental greenhouse shrub (Thea japonica) with glossy evergreen leaves and roselike red or white double flowers.
any of several shrubs or small evergreen trees having solitary white or pink or reddish flowers
a shrub that bears rose-like flowers
A genius of plants originating in the far east. There are over 200 species of camellia including the famous tea plant. Common garden varieties include the Camellia japonica, Camellia sasanqua, and Camellia reticulata.
With beautiful dark-green, waxy leaves and rose-size blooms, the camellia is a stunning flower. Available in a wide variety of colors, the white and pinks are most commonly found. Use the blooming flower as well as the bud in your bouquet for a different texture. These hearty flowers grow well in pots and can be used on tables or to create colorful borders around the event location. Available from spring through fall.
Camellia is a genus of flowering plants in the family Theaceae, native to eastern and southern Asia from the Himalaya east to Japan and Indonesia. There is some controversy over the number of existent species, with anything from 100â€“250 species being accepted. The genus was named by Linnaeus after Fr.