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Camellia japonica 'April Dawn' has been bred for winter hardiness, being one of the best selections for areas in zone 6.
Camellia japonica 'Nuccio's Jewel' features incredible semi-double white flowers that mature to a showy pink.
Camellia 'Blushing Maiden' is a pink-flowered tea plant hardier than other varieties.
Camellia sinensis 'Karatum' is prized for its upright, easy-to-harvest form and vigorous growth perfect for containers or for use as an edible hedge.
This hardy tea plant (Camellia sinensis) is from the Boseong region of Korea, famous for its annual Green Tea Festival each September.
Camellia sinensis 'Sochi Select' is prized for its abundant foliage perfect for making green or black teas.
Sochi Tea Seedling is a hardy tea plant (Camellia sinensis) from the area around Sochi, Russia, where they produce the most northerly tea in the world.
Camellia 'Tea Breeze' is an an introduction of the tea plant from the Kunming Botanical Garden.
Camellia 'Ballet Queen' has large, peony-like, salmon-pink flowers with flattened outer petals and a dense, ruffled pompom middle.
Camellia x williamsii 'Jury's Yellow' features incredible anemone-form yellow and cream double flowers.
Campanula portenschlagiana Ambella Dark Blue produces masses of starry, bell-shaped, royal violet flowers so dense you can barely see the foliage.
Campanula portenschlagiana Ambella White produces masses of starry, bell-shaped, pure white flowers so dense you can barely see the foliage.
Campanula poscharskyana Adansa Pink forms spreading mounds covered in pink, starry flowers from mid spring through summer.
Campanula poscharskyana Adansa Purple forms spreading mounds covered in bluish purple, starry flowers from mid spring through summer.
Capparis spinosa var. inermis is the plant that brings us the delicious capers commonly used in Mediterranean cuisine for their intense flavour.
Fine textured sedge for dry shade.
Carex flacca 'Blue Zinger' is an evergreen sedge with startling, steel-blue, pleated foliage.
Carex flaccosperma, the blue wood sedge, is striking in the shade with its amazing, linear, powder blue foliage.