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Camellia reticulata seeds

Posted by mrlynn z7 GA (My Page) on
Thu, Oct 28, 04 at 18:38

Does anyone know where I might obtain some Camellia reticulata seed? I have Camellia japonica seeds that I could trade for the reticulata seeds.


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RE: Camellia reticulata seeds

Reticulata seeds are rare and hard to come by. I will send you an e-mail with some folks there in Georgia you may try calling. You might also check with Tom Johnston at the American Camellia Society. The ACS website also has a bulletin board for people who are into hybridizing and growing seedlings. (see link below) They are always looking for folks willing to grow from seed. Check it out!

Here is a link that might be useful: American Camellia Society

RE: Camellia reticulata seeds

I went to my camellia jungle. I did find three reti seed pods. The plants are Suzanne Withers and Dali Cha. If you want, drop me a email. I have already started my seed germination.Therefore Thanks. I do not need any more.

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