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Sasanqua Camellia flower.  The Sasanqua Camellias bloom in the fall and finish about the time the more familiar Japonica Camellias start. 


Pink Sasanqua Camellia.  Good fall bloomer. 


White Japonica Camellia.  These are the kinds that are more commonly grown.  I like them both. 


Above and Below -- two Japonica Camellias.  Both of these flowers are on the same shrub, which also has a branch that blooms white.  The photo below was taken December 24, 2008.



Above and below.  A different variety of Japonica Camellia.  The top photo shows and individual bloom, and the bottom photo shows the whole shrub in bloom.  This was in early January, 2009.