<i>Camellia japonica</i> 'Brushfield's Yellow'
<i>Camellia japonica</i> 'Brushfield's Yellow'
<i>Camellia japonica</i> 'Brushfield's Yellow'
<i>Camellia japonica</i> 'Brushfield's Yellow'
<i>Camellia japonica</i> 'Brushfield's Yellow'
<i>Camellia japonica</i> 'Brushfield's Yellow'
<i>Camellia japonica</i> 'Brushfield's Yellow'
<i>Camellia japonica</i> 'Brushfield's Yellow'

Camellia japonica 'Brushfield's Yellow'

The name is slightly deceptive as the larger, outer petals that form are white. They do however have a ruff of pale...

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Bud drop

Bud drop

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