There are many Camellia species in the wild in Asia and they typically have large numbers of relatively small single white flowers with a special charm all of their own. They are perhaps best compared with the wild dog rose with its 5 petals and golden stamens. Their twigs are thin and bendy, so the plants are much less stiff, and their leaves are correspondingly more delicate.

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Camellia sinensis The Tea bush

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Grown widely in India and China, this is the plant whose dried leaves go into your teapot. Evergreen shrub, valued for rich green foliage and dainty, white, single flowers. Well drained lime free soil and protect from hard frost. Great talking point.Flower Colour: Dainty single white with golden stamensFlowering Time: Autumn-Winter Scented:   No Ul..

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