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Camellia

includes Camellia japonica, C. susanqua; one of the two plants known to reflect the fluorine content of the soil on which it grows (the other is the tea plant (C. sinensis)). It may contain as much as 2000 ppm of fluorine.
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Also if you need to prune your camellia -and generally they don't need pruning - do it after flowering in spring but no later or you will be chopping off developing flower buds.
Among the Rosa y Fruta products incorporating this rejuvenating oil are Camelia Blanca Cleansing Cream, Camelia Blanca Cleansing Oil and White Camellia Spa Oil.
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Todd would sit down,'' Camellia said, "and he would talk to all the younger brothers and explain to them what life was all about and not to take it for granted and to enjoy.
When an indiscretion lands the lovely Alice into the hands of a determined Eli Calhoon, he blackmails her into marriage, taking her person and her money, and brings her to Camellia Creek, where she is haunted by Jocelyn LeBlanc, an ill-fated beauty who died under mysterious circumstances decades earlier.
3 CAMELLIA SINENSIS is the camellia, native to China, from which tea is made, and, of course, it has been around for thousands of years.
For Camellia is passionate about birds and is happy to sacrifice some of her garden display for the sake of her feathered friends.
Good varieties include Camellia x williamsii Donation, which produces pink, semi-double blooms, and Francis Hanger, which bears single white flowers.
Q I have a camellia in a pot and want to know what is the best position for it in my garden.
Q: I have a camellia growing under the eaves near my front door with a northeast exposure which gets no direct sun during the winter.