A selection of articles related to camellia.
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- Camellia: Correspondences
- Camellia japonica Folk Names: Gender: Feminine Planet: Moon Element: Water Deity: Power: Riches...
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- Quadruplicity Mutable Day of the week Tuesday Birthstones Pink Coral Turquoise Aquamarine Colours Purple Grey Blue Flowers Iris Camellia Jasmine Lily Metals Tin Essences Incense Wistaria Animals Elephant Dolphin Dog GENERAL FEATURES Water sign ruled by...
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- The Camellia is a show-stopping flower
- It's always fun to plant something new. A great plant to add to your garden is the Camellia. It grows best in light shade, and it thrives in our southern climate.
- Dream Gardens: Light, camellias, action!
- For those of us who do not have the right sort of soil (camellias only thrive on neutral to acid soil rich in humus) it is still possible to enjoy their Hollywood-style glamour by growing them in pots.
- Camellia Club's new officers prepare for banquet
- Attorney Christi Hankins was re-elected for a second term as president of the Pensacola Camellia Club (PCC) at its February membership meeting. Other officers are: Skip Vogelsang, Mack Thetford, Thekla Morris, Lynn Manthei and LeAnna Brennan.
- A camellia by any other name is still the 'Queen of Shrubs'
- But things have changed and many garden centers offer a dramatic choice in camellias not only by varietal name but many species that are still relatively unknown to the home horticulturist.
- Fayetteville Camellia Show celebrates 70 years
- The Fayetteville Camellia Club presents the 70th annual Camellia Show this weekend at the Ramada Plaza Bordeaux Convention Center. Growers from across the Southeast are expected to enter hundreds of blush to blood red blooms in the American ...
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