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Camellia japonica ‘Emily Wilson’.   Click a photo to enlarge it.   back to list

Camellia japonica Emily Wilson 2041 copy 4 Tree
Ref No: 17261
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tree/shrub type: Broad leaved trees and shrubs
foliage: Evergreen
size: Average shrubs
leaf type: Simple leaves
types of fruit: Trees and shrubs with nuts/acorns
flowering period: Spring
plants for a purpose: Shade Tolerant Plants, Trees and shrubs with decorative pink flowers

Camellia japonica ‘Emily Wilson’ A vigorous, upright grower with glossy, dark green leaves with serrated edges and pointed tips. The shell-pink flowers, to 4½in (12cm) across, are incomplete doubles, with many petals surrounding a central mass of stamens and petaloids. A seedling of unknown parentage which first flowered in 1949, raised by A.T. Wilson of South Carolina, USA. ‘Emily Wilson Variegated’ (not shown here) is a variegated sport with pale pink and white flowers.

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