Camellias For Sale

Chiswick House and Gardens Trust are teaming up with Trehane, the UK's leading camellia specialist, to offer a special selection of camellia varieties to Festival visitors

Chiswick House and Gardens Trust are teaming up with Trehane, the UK’s leading camellia specialist, to offer a special selection of camellia varieties to Chiswick House Camellia Festival visitors. 

In a unique collaboration over 15 of Dorset-based Trehane’s favourite camellia varieties are now being made available in both 2 and 5 litre pots, including the unusual white formal double flowered Camellia japonica Nuccio's Gem.

A third generation family nursery, David Trehane (senior) first introduced the williamsii hybrids to the UK in the 1950s. Now the Trehane name is acknowledged both nationally and internationally for the quality of its plants; and in demand for its expertise and horticultural credentials.

David’s daughter, Jennifer Trehane, is a world authority on camellia cultivation, author of  'Camellias: The Gardener's Encyclopedia', and editor of the journal of the International Camellia Society. Her son, David (junior) now runs the nursery as it enters a new phase, introducing to the UK new varieties from all over the world.

Camellias for sale at Chiswick (subject to availability) include the following varieties: Nuccio's Gem, Hagoromo, Alba Plena, San Dimas, Extravaganza, Hawaii, Wilber Foss, Lovelight, Brushfield's Yellow, Lemon Drop, Elegans, Elizabeth Hawkins, Anemonaeflora, Candy Apple, Charlotte de Rothschild, Midnight, Akashi-gata, Kimberley, William Honey, Anticipation, Ruddigore.

Nuccio's Gem Camellia
Nuccio's Gem
Wilber Foss Camellia
Wilber Foss
Candy Apple Camellia
Candy Apple
San Dimas Camellia
San Dimas
Alba Plena Camellia
Alba Plena
Extravaganza Camellia
Extravaganza
Hawaii Camellia
Hawaii
Elegans Camellia
Elegans
Charlotte de Rothschild Camellia
Charlotte de Rothschild


 

 

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