The Camellias of Filoli – Part 1

The gardens at Filoli include many different varieties of camellias, including cultivars of Camellia japonica L., Camellia reticulata Lindl., and Camellia x williamsii W. W. Sm (a cross of Camellia saluenensis Staph. ex Bean with Camellia japonica L. first crossed by John Charles Williams).

Camellia japonica "Are-Jishi"

Camellia japonica ‘Are-Jishi’

SOURCE:  Camellia japonica ‘Are-Jishi’ (Woodside, San Mateo County, California); photographed by Stephen J. Danko on 19 February 2017.

Camellia japonica "Captain Rawes"

Camellia japonica ‘Captain Rawes’

SOURCE:  Camellia japonica ‘Captain Rawes’ (Woodside, San Mateo County, California); photographed by Stephen J. Danko on 19 February 2017.

Camellia japonica "Cara Mia"

Camellia japonica ‘Cara Mia’

SOURCE:  Camellia japonica ‘Cara Mia’ (Woodside, San Mateo County, California); photographed by Stephen J. Danko on 19 February 2017.

Camellia japonica 'C.M. Hovey'

Camellia japonica ‘C.M. Hovey’

SOURCE:  Camellia japonica ‘C.M. Hovey’ (Woodside, San Mateo County, California); photographed by Stephen J. Danko on 19 February 2017.

Camellia japonica 'C.M. Wilson'

Camellia japonica ‘C.M. Wilson’

SOURCE:  Camellia japonica ‘C.M. Wilson’ (Woodside, San Mateo County, California); photographed by Stephen J. Danko on 19 February 2017.

Camellia japonica 'Debutante'

Camellia japonica ‘Debutante’

SOURCE:  Camellia japonica ‘Debutante’ (Woodside, San Mateo County, California); photographed by Stephen J. Danko on 19 February 2017.

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