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Camellias are a genus of flowering plants native to eastern and southern Asia. They are either evergreen shrubs or small trees and are considered among the "royalty" of flowers. In the US, camellias bloom best during February and March in zones 7-8. Often confused with roses, botanically they are quite different.
<font face="Futurist" size=2><font color="#FBEC5D"> Camellia Japonica-"Grace Albritton": Massee Gardens, Ft. Valley, GA<font face="Futurist" size=2><font color="#FF030D">Camellia Japonica:  Durham, NC<font face="Futurist" size=2><font color="#CC00FF"> Camellia Japonica-"CV Glen 40": Long Island, NY