Camellia Grove Nursery
ESTABLISHED 1939

 Camellia Japonica 'Dixie Knight'  -  click for info  Camellia Japonica 'Margarete Hertrich'  -  click for info  Camellia Sasanqua 'Chansonette'  -  click for info  Camellia Sasanqua 'Edna Butler'  -  click for info  Camellia Japonica 'Fire Dance'  -  click for info  Camellia Japonica 'Nuccio's Gem'  -  click for info  Camellia Japonica 'Tama No Ura'  -  click for info  Camellia hybrid 'Fairy Wand'  -  click for info  Camellia Japonica 'Moshio'  -  click for info  Camellia Japonica 'Silver Waves'  -  click for info
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Camellia Species and
Hybrids with Miniature Blooms

(6cm or less)

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These plants do not require disbudding.

Camellias in this category are generally quick, open growers with a profuse flowering habit, small leaves and pendulous growth. There are, of course, some exceptions.

When used in the garden they tend to soften the landscape and add a special touch. Cultural requirements are the same as for any Camellia and fertilising is best achieved, both in the ground and in the pot, by using Osmocote Plus®.
 

 

Camellia species and hybrids growth rates

Varieties in yellow are sun hardy


LOW

Baby Bear.
 

MEDIUM   

Bogong Snow, Dwarf Transnokoensis,, Wirlinga Bride, Fairy Wand, Sinensis, Sweet Jane, Tinsie.
 

TALL

Our Melissa, Nitidissima, Tama-No-Ura.