|Winter Rose Camellia, Camellia (oleifera x hiemalis 'Otome').|
Camellias have been important garden plants for centuries and continue to be the backbone of the southern winter landscape. This talk will travel through the rich history of camellias up to today’s modern landscapes with suggestion on growing them in central North Carolina.
This lecture is free for Durham Garden Forum members, all others can attend for a fee of $10 ($5 for students). New members joining from January will received extended membership through April 30, 2015. Membership fee remains $25 ($15 for students).
Where: Sarah P. Duke Gardens, Doris Duke Center, 420 Anderson Street, Durham, NC.