Camellias are some of the most well-known and widely grown
winter flowering shrubs, providing a vivid splash of colour
when the garden could otherwise look rather drab and washed
Camellias are among the most popular flowering evergreen
shrubs. They are ideal for patio tubs or most places in the
We offer a very large range of camellias, over 40 varieties.
We are also developing a range of Cold Hardy Camellias that
has many interesting new varieties of camellia that can
withstand temperatures as low as 5 Fahrenheit. We are the
only nursery in Europe to have many of these varieties.
We propagate two types of camellia cuttings. Single leaf
cuttings that are rooted in a 40mm cell, 104 cells per tray.
Top cuttings that are rooted in a 50mm cell, 51 per tray.
These are ready for dispatch from January onwards. These are
only available to the wholesale market.
We have a large range of one year old camellias in 11cm
pots. These camellias are ready from mid august onwards. Our
camellia range in 9cm and 2 litre pots is limited to 6
varieties in each size. There are red, pink, white and
bi-colour available in both sizes from mid august onwards.
Practical camellia advice
Ideally your camellia should be planted in dappled shade on
a sheltered site. Avoid a site that catches early sun on
frosty mornings, as a quick thaw will damage some camellia
flowers. Camellias prefer acidic soils, so before planting
fork in well rotted organic material, such as pine litter or
If you feel that the soil types in your garden is not
suitable for camellias then consider growing them in a
container. Garden centres supply loam-based ericaceous
composts suitable for camellias. If this is unavailable then
a bark-based or peat based ericaceous compost will make a
Please click below to view our varieties:
Camellia x Williamsii
P11 - Dr King