Camellia japonica 'Angela Lansbury" at Camellia Forest Nursery

Camellia japonica 'Angela Lansbury'

  • $20.00


The original seedling, raised and named by Walter Homeyer, Jr, was 17-years-old when it first bloomed in 1984.  Inner petals often curl inwards but form a 5- or 6-pointed star later in the season.

 » Bloom color, form: White, formal double
 » Bloom size: Medium, 3 to 4 inches
 » Bloom period (NC): Mid to late spring (Feb-Apr)
 » Growth rate, habit: Average, upright/spreading
 » Zones: 7b-9
 » Parentage: C. japonica 'Charlie Bettes' x 'Gus Menard'



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