Camellia japonica 'Roosevelt Blues' at Camellia Forest Nursery

Camellia japonica 'Roosevelt Blues'

  • $20.00


In Alabama in the 1930's, a man named Robert Rubel, Jr. was exceptionally against FDR being elected for a fourth term.  This plant was named and used in his anti-Roosevelt campaign.  While the campaign was unsuccessful, the plant certainly wasn't!

Highly variable bloom forms lend extra excitement to these dark red flowers that typically fade to bluish-purple.  An unusual addition to any Camellia collection!

 » Bloom color, form: Dark red, peony to anemone
 » Bloom size: Large, 4 to 5 inches

 » Bloom period (NC): Mid spring (March)
 » Growth rate, habit: Vigorous, upright/compact
 » Zones: 7b-9
 » Features: Antique



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