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- Rhododendrons, most heathers, camellias and many others must have acid soil.
- The pavilions will house plants from temperate regions of the southern hemisphere such as passion flowers, camellias, banksias, tea trees and wattles.
- The garden includes ferns, hydrangeas, irises, waterlilies, camellias, rhododendrons, Japanese maples and fuchsias.
- The shrubs include camellias, hellebores, pieris and hydrangeas, which make a splendid sight when in bloom.
- Gardenias like an acidic soil and so grow well with camellias, azaleas and rhododendrons.
- The beds are planted with a wide range of trees and shrubs, including acers, camellias, rhododendrons, oaks and beeches, beneath which grow choice perennials and bulbs.
- Her romantic garden showcases David Austin roses, hydrangeas, camellias, orange trees and numerous perennial and annual plants.
- These include azaleas, rhododendrons and camellias.
- Good buys include azaleas, camellias and rhododendrons.
- There are also many flowers and shrubs including tree heather, azaleas and camellias, while the two large greenhouses include an apricot and peach tree, nectarine trees, tomatoes and vines.
- With their evergreen, glossy leaves camellias look good year-round and make an excellent backdrop for summer flowering plants.
- Shrubs with waxy leaves, such as camellias, gardenias and ixoras always look fresh and composed.
- The best camellias are usually grown in beds or in areas where the soil and surroundings offer a friendly home for them.
- Camellia japonica, like most camellias, needs a site shaded from morning sun, sheltered from icy winds, and with moisture in the soil sufficient to prevent bud drop in autumn and winter.
- Gardenias and camellias had also been suggested as candidates for this honor.
- Among the plants in the garden are roses, a white magnolia, camellias, tulips, white primula, blue lobelia and much more.
- ‘It does have the Japanese plants, though,’ she says, including camellias, acers, azaleas and ferns.
- The garden was created by banker Lionel de Rothschild in the 1920s and is famous for its stunning displays of camellias, azaleas and rhododendrons.
- I delight in growing plants from all over the world and can't see anything wrong with siting an Asian camellia next to a Hawaiian hibiscus - their shape, colours and form complement each other nicely.
- For something in bloom, choose a camellia, Christmas cactus or moth orchid.