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The winter flowering of camellias

The winter flowering of camellias


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The one we call the "Chinese rose" is a romantic devil shrub. It offers one of the first flowerings of the year, and what a flowering! So abundant that the shrub is almost forgotten under the avalanche of flowers it carries. When grown in a greenhouse, its first flowers can appear as early as December and bloom gradually, until March, sheltered from frost. Because the camellia fears the cold which damages its root system. His ideal? A mild, oceanic climate. Depending on the variety, it can grow up to 10 meters. Camellia has evergreen foliage with deep green varnished leaves. The flowers that adorn it at the end of winter can take the most varied shapes and colors. Some look like roses, others like peonies, and all of them are mesmerizingly beautiful. Discover with us some of these varieties!

The flowering of camellias


J-F. Mahé Simple flowers with petals of a nice gradient for this "unknown" Japonica camellia with spectacular flowering.

The flowering of camellias


J-F. Mahé Semi-double flowers and delicately variegated with cream for the Japonica Bianca Gherardi camellia.

The flowering of camellias


J-F. Mahé Camélia… or pink? If the flower maintains doubt, the foliage of this Targoni camellia gives the answer.

The flowering of camellias


J-F. Mahé The Japonica Elegans camellia, with pink flowers slightly spotted with white, looks like a peony.

The flowering of camellias


J-F. Mahé The Japonica camellia Pomponia Rosea whose peoniform flowers also look like peonies.

The flowering of camellias


J-F. Mahé Between its deep pink petals, the Japonica Grunelli camellia reveals a glowing heart.

The flowering of camellias


J-F. Mahé Its immaculately white flowers look like sweet pompoms. The Japonica Nobilissima camellia is one of the most cold-hardy varieties.

The flowering of camellias


J-F. Mahé Flowering of a Japonica camellia Elvina Delli.

The flowering of camellias


J-F. Mahé With its petals hemmed in a soft pink, the Japonica camellia Angela Cocchi is the very image of romanticism.