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  • Molly Reimer

    Such a beautiful flower! Love it!! The camellia is Alabama's state flower. Camellia, with its glossy evergreen leaves and large cupped flowers, blooms when few other plants do—in late winter to early spring. Plant partial-shade-loving camellias such as 'Rubescens Major,' shown here, in slightly acidic soil that drains well.

  • Melissa Gandy

    Camellia, my state flower to add to my southern flowers quarter sleeve

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The camellia (Camellia japonica L) was designated the state flower of Alabama in 1959, replacing the original state flower adopted in 1927 (goldenrod). A native of China, Korea, Taiwan and Japan, the camelia is cultivated in the southeastern United States.

Megan Maxwell Welch ... Figured out what your Mom's "rose bushes" are :O))) they are Camellia's

for a garden wedding, backyard or just a small simple ceremony, you can do it all yourself, these flowers , when i lived in Mississippi my flowers all around the house were 50 year old camellia's and cyote myrtles. this light shade i've rarely seen, i had a much darker pink. they are fragile, but you could get with friends and neighbors and collect and make your own arrangements, add some greenery or baby's breath the opitions are endless

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Camellias....gorgeous!!! Bebe'!!! What a pretty shade of pink!!!

wow. a non-invasive plant on this board. camellias are so beautiful. i need more of them in my life tbh.