"Growers of Quality Camellia Japonicas, Camellia Sasanquas & Related
Camellia Hybrids & Camellia Species Since 1970"
Availability
Every effort will be made to fill orders as they are
received.  However, due to daily orders and
circumstances beyond our control, we may have to
substitute varieties of quality plants to take the place of
plants no longer available.  If you do not want
substitutions or prefer us to contact you prior to pulling
your order which may include substitutions, please
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Camellia Japonica G.R.C.N Introduction- White Full Peony to Anemone with
Guard Petals, Medium Bloom, Vigorous Upright Dense grower, Early to Middle
Bloom Season

Cool Breeze
Camellia Sasanqua-  G.R.C.N. Introduction- White, Medium
Profuse Blooming Rose Form Double, Upright Dense Vigorous, Early
to Middle Bloom Season  
  

Justrite
Camellia Sasanqua- G.R.C.N. Introduction-  Intense Carmine Red, Medium
Profuse blooming Semi-double with Creped and Fluted Petals bloom with large
Flair of Gold Stamens, Upright Dense Vigorous, Early to Middle Bloom
Season
             
Camellia Sasanqua- G.R.C.N. Introduction-  Rich Crimson Rose Red, Medium
Profuse Blooming Heavy Semi-double to Loose Peony, Upright Dense Vigorous,
Early to Middle Bloom Season
                                      
     
Red October
Camellia Sasanqua- G.R.C.N. Introduction-  Bright Neon Red with Vibrant Deeper
Neon Red Shading at Edge of Petals,  Small Profuse Blooming Anemone to
Loose peony,  Upright Dense Vigorous, Early to Middle Bloom Season          
Camellia Japonica G.R.C.N. Introduction- Deep Coral Pink, Slightly ruffled fluted
lighter center, Large to Very Large Semidouble, Vigorous Very Dense Upright,
Early to Late Bloom Season  
Camellia Sasanqua- G.R.C.N. Introduction-Strawberry Pink petals tipped Lime
Green and Lime Green Center Bud, Formal Double bloom, Upright Vigorous
with Dark Green Leaves, Early to Middle Bloom Season
 
Camellia Japonica G.R.C.N. Introduction- White with Creamy Yellow Center
Bud, Medium to Large Formal Double Bloom, Vigorous Dense  Upright, Middle
to Late Bloom Season  
STRAWBERRY
LIMEADE
Camellia Hybrid- G.R.C.N. Introduction: Very Fragrant Dark Orchid Pink edges
fading to Blush Pink with White overtones with a center mixture of Dark Orchid
Pink and Blush Pink with White overtones and Golden anthers and Golden
filaments,Large Loose Peony to Semi-double with Upright Petals, Vigorous
Upright Open growth  
Southern  
Temptation
GLENN READ CAMELLIA NURSERY
G.R.C.N. INTRODUCTIONS / Registrations are Camellia Japonicas,
Camellia Hybrids and Camellia Sasanquas hybridized at our nursery and named
and  registered with the American Camellia Society.
No Doubt
Wild Heart
New Container Size Camellia Japonicas, Camellia Sasanquas and
Camellia Hybrids in
2 gallons available for sale. Ask for availability.
Southern
Snowball
Sweet
Scentsation
Southern
Secret
Camellia Hiemalis- G.R.C.N. Introduction- Pale Lavender Petals with Light
Lavender and Heart Shading to Darker Purplish Pink Center and Yellow
Stamens, Small to Medium Profuse Blooming Semi-double, Upright Dense
Vigorous growth, Early to Middle Bloom Season  
Camellia Hybrid- G.R.C.N. Introduction- Growth is a true dwarf, white blooms with
occasional light pale pink and pink buds. Miniature semidouble blooms that are
very fragrant, profuse blooming, very cold tolerant, very low slow spreading growth,
Middle to late bloom season.
 
Jill's Jewel
Fire Frost
Camellia Hybrid- G.R.C.N. Introduction- Predominant bloom has Rose Red buds
opening with stacked colors ranging from Rose Red Dark and Medium pinks,
Frosted Soft Pink and White overtones and can vary with intermixied petaloids
and stamens, profuse blooming small loose peony, vigorous upright dense
growth, Middle season through late season

Emma Alia
Camellia Japonica- G.R.C.N. Introduction- Radiant deep rose pink, large formal
double bloom with fully imbricated arranged overlapping edges, heavy bud set,
vigorous upright dense growth, middle to late bloom season.  Named in honor of
our niece.
 
April Tenille
Camellia Japonica- G.R.C.N. Introduction - Soft light blush pink center intermixed
with unpronounced stamens shading to a deeper soft pale pink toward edge, large
loose peony bloom, heavy bud set, vigorous upright dense growth, middle to late
bloom season.  Named after our daughter.