Friday, December 10, 2010

Flaunting Camellia's for Fertilizer Friday

A few more beauties shared by The Southeastern Camellia Society, Inc



An outstanding Hybrid from Hulyn called 'Delores Edwards'. This cross of Camellia saluenensis X Camellia japonica was introduced in 1989.



'Ville De Nantes'. This sport of 'Donckelarii' was introduced in France in 1910, and it is one of the most popular camellias in the world today.



'Lauren Tudor Pink' This is another outstanding camellia japonica from Hulyn. It is a sport of Hulyn's 'Lauren Tudor' which was introduced in 1999 and named after one of his daughters.




Hybrid from Hulyn called 'Ray Gentry'.

Beautiful Hybrid from Hulyn called 'Nedra Ann Mathis'. This variety is a cross of 'Suzanne Withers' X 'Jean Pursel', and it was introduced in 1996

you can CLICK HERE to see more of these beauties ..

Wish I had something of my own to Flaunt this week but we have been in the low 20's all week and everything looks pretty sad ....

It's Fertilizer Friday over at Tootsie Time come along to see what everyone is sharing..




Christmas Hugs from Savannah ya'll, Cherry

3 comments:

  1. These are so gorgeous!! When we lived in Sacramento we had tons of camelias. Miss them.
    Have a great weekend!
    *hugs*deb

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  2. Great selection ... they really are beautiful flowers.

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  3. Cherry, my first visit here, found you on Tootsie's Fertilizer Friday. Oh, gosh, the camellias are so beautiful. I have never seen one up close and personal. Love the shades of pink and rose!

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