Camellia Journal September 2011 - November 2011
Volume 66, Number 3
‘Coral Delight Variegated’, a show-winning coral pink flower with white blotches. Cover Photo by Bradford King.
With break through colors and new shades and tones, the coral and lavender camellias add to the beauty of the garden and make good exhibition entries. By Bradford King
The more you see camellias and ponder their origin the more mysteries one discovers. By Bradford King.
A beautiful, show-quality flower from New Zealand. Bradford King
Gene Phillips tells about finding ‘Miss Lyla’.
Part of the FUN of Growing Camellias. “Gib” increases flower size and shape, but most of all, it allows flowers to open early. By Mark Crawford
You don’t have to have a large garden to grow camellias, you can grow them in pots. Bradford King provides the details.
News of Special Interest to ACS Members
The new camellia society had its first show with more than 1,000 attendees. By Sam Wellborn
The history of a camellia that found its way through England to America. By Bradford King.
Dr. Frank Wilson may be in his 80’s, but age doesn’t stop him from the pursuit of new camellia introductions. By Mickey Moore
ACS President Matt Hunter tells about the gradual improvements at ACS and the work of Sam Wellborn, who is steaming along in the Chattahoochee Valley area.
The winners for 2010-2011 and the new contest for 2011-2012.
The Convention in Norfolk March 21-25, 2012 will be fun filled and great camellia learning experiences are planned.
January 30 - February 3, 2013 are the dates and the Napa Valley Camellia Society is making plans now.
ACS Executive Director Celeste Richard gives some details.
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