Camellia Shrubs for Sale Online
At Garden Goods Direct we offer a wonderful selection of evergreen Fall and Spring Blooming Camellias that flourish in our landscapes. The fall blooming camellias include several species like the well known Camellia sasanqua, and also some hybrids. The Spring Blooming Camellias include several species like Camellia japonica and also the willamsii series of hybrids.
Generally speaking, these camellias are well adapted to our climate here in Maryland. That said, fall blooming Camellias thrive well in areas south of us, while spring blooming Camellias adapt well in areas north of us into zone 6.
We find earlier blooming types most rewarding since fall camellias begin to bloom in early October, continuing until we have hard freezes in November or December, and Spring camellias start blooming in early February, continuing until other shrubs steal the show in April and May.
Both fall and spring blooming camellias are tolerant of a variety of garden conditions.
Fall blooming camellias (Camellia Sasanqua) provide floral color in autumn and early winter, which is rare for evergreen shrubs. This large plant will also bloom over a long period of time and carpet the ground with petals. They produce many flower buds, which open at different times so an extended bloom of 6 or more weeks is common.
Have you considered adding Fall Blooming Camellias to your landscape, but aren’t sure where to start? Let us help.
Pink Fall Blooming Camellias:
Camellia Kanjiro: Camellia Kanjiro is a truly stunning cerise pink semi-double bloom edged in red with golden stamens and a slight fragrance. Makes a truly outstanding cut flower. Dense semi-weeping habit with glossy, dark green foliage.
Camellia Shishi Gashira: Camellia Shishi Gashira has large, perfectly formed, semi-double, pink flowers with ruffled edges and a bright cluster of golden stamens at the center. Dense, semi-weeping habit with glossy, dark green foliage makes for an exceptional plant.
Camellia Winters Joy: Camellia Winters Joy has a semi-double fuchsia pink flower on a narrow upright form.
Camellia Winters Star: Camellia Winters Star is a tough and cold-hardy bloomer from the U.S. National Arboretum collection. Single, violet-pink blooms appear over a period of four to six weeks in autumn, creating a stunning contrast to the dark green, glossy foliage. The self-cleaning petals eliminate the task of dead-heading!
Bi-Color Fall Blooming Camellias:
Camellia Hana Jiman: Camellia Hana Jiman produces large, fragrant, semi-double white flowers edged with rose-pink bloom in the fall against deep evergreen foliage. Flowers make a dazzling contrast with the glossy, dark green foliage, brightening lightly shaded settings.
White Fall Blooming Camellias:
Camellia Setsugekka: Camellia Setsugekka has large, perfectly formed, semi-double, white flowers with ruffled edges and a bright cluster of golden stamens at the center. Dense, semi-weeping habit with glossy, dark green foliage makes for an exceptional plant.
Red Fall Blooming Camellias:
Camellia Yuletide: Camellia Yuletide has single, brilliant red blooms centered with bright yellow stamens that make an elegant statement in the winter garden. Excellent foundation shrub. Glossy, dark green foliage creates a handsome natural hedge
Spring blooming camellias (Camellia Japonica) provide floral color in late winter and very early spring when not much else is blooming. Large established plants will provide long-lasting blooms and even create a carpet of petals. This shrub’s large flower buds open at different intervals, and so an extended bloom of 6 or more weeks is common.
Have you considered adding Spring Blooming Camellias to your landscape, but aren’t sure where to start? Let us help.
Spring Blooming Camellias:
Red Spring Blooming Camellias:
Camellia Professor Sargent: Professor Sargent Camellia is a widely grown cultivar that has medium-large anemone-form flowers in a vivid deep crimson. With an early bloom and a vigorous and upright habit, this is a must-have in most gardens.
White Spring Blooming Camellias:
Camellia White by the Gate: Camellia White by the Gate produces a nearly continuous display of pure white, perfectly formed, double Camellia flowers over an extended period from early to late season in our gardens. A longtime favorite with an upright to rounded habit. The contrasting, dark green foliage creates the perfect foil for the pure white flowers.
Pink Spring Blooming Camellias:
Camellia Ack-Scent: Camellia Ack-Scent features delicate pink, medium to large, peony-shaped flowers in early spring against lustrous dark green leaves. The blooms have a spicy fragrance.
Camellia April Kiss: Camellia April Kiss is a very popular evergreen shrub with small-medium formal double flowers in early spring. Compact with a moderate growth rate. Great as a patio plant, screen, or in mixed borders.