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Help identifying camelias - sorry, no blooms

Posted by milieu_serene 8b/SE GA (My Page) on
Fri, Nov 20, 09 at 21:34

I went to a local wholesale nursery late this afternoon. I'm not sure which camellias these are but thinking they may be some Japonica since they are LOADED with buds but no blooms yet. The lady who runs the nursery was not available and she may not know what they variety they are as they are simply trying to liquidate the wholesale nursery the "inherited".

They have done a really fabulous job of getting the water system etc going and organizing everything. Unfortunately there were very few tags on the plants. Maybe she will know when if I can catch her.

I'm not sure these pics can help with no blooms, but, maybe the shape and or leaves can help.

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From 2009 Fall Partins Nursery


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From 2009 Fall Partins Nursery


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From 2009 Fall Partins Nursery


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From 2009 Fall Partins Nursery


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From 2009 Fall Partins Nursery


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From 2009 Fall Partins Nursery


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From 2009 Fall Partins Nursery


Thanks for your help.

Joel

Here is a link that might be useful: 2009 Fall Farm Blooms at Partin's -- camellias in the middle


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RE: Help identifying camelias - sorry, no blooms

  • Posted by bboy USDA 8 Sunset 5 WA (My Page) on
    Wed, Dec 9, 09 at 10:41

Yes, a few look like they are pure C. japonica and others a few others may or may not be hybrids. Can't really get very far without the flowers.


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