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C. Sisensis (Tea Plant)

This is the plant where the tea of commerce derives. Flowers, small white single. Leaves vary in size. Native to China, Japan, SE Asia. A number of different cultivars but all can be used to make tea.














C. Handelii (BLOOM)

Unusual form and leaves. Leaves are small (1") oblong with a slight pink/brown look. Limbs are upright and covered with small white blooms, mid season, profuse bloomer.

C. Handelii (FOILAGE)


















C. Yushsienensis

Flowers white strap like, 5-7 petals, small. Blooms Nov to Jan. Fragrant.














C. Querciflolia 'Fishtail or Mermaid'

Medium, single white bloom. Vigorous, spreading growth with dark green leaves shaped like a fishtail. (C.Jap. Japan 1879 Kingyo-Tsubaki)

















C. Benton-Kagura "Variegated Leaf" (BLOOM)

Bloom is rose pink, splotched white, medium to large peony. Slow. compact growth. Early bloom. Sport of c. Daikagura.

 

C. Benton-Kagura "Variegated Leaf" (Foilage)

Foilage:  Irregular shaped green leaf bordered cream white.














C. Curly Egao (BLOOM)

Bloom is bright pink peony, medium to large. 

C. Curly Egao (Foilage)

Leaves are small and the branches have a twisted growth pattern for an interesting look.














C. Unryu 'Corkscrew' (BLOOM)

Deep pink, small single.

C. Unryu 'Corkscrew' (Foilage)

Each leaf is a part of an unusual zig zag growth pattern.