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Camellia sasanqua (Japanese: サザンカ, 山茶花, Chinese: 茶梅) is a fall-flowering ornamental shrub related to Camellia japonica and Camellia sinensis, the tea plant. Camellia sasanqua is native to Japan and China, and popular in the United States, warmer parts of Europe, Australia and New Zealand.

Yuri Panchul, the creator of this website, is a hardware design engineer and a backyard camellia hybridizer living in Sunnyvale, California. Yuri’s articles about sasanquas appeared in several magazines, including American Camellia Yearbook, The Camellia Journal and other publications.

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  1. Just saw your reply, thanks. Also, I live in the bay area as well and am acquainted with Bob Ehrhart and John Wang. If you surplus camellias I would love them to take them off your hands for a price. -Charlie

  2. I am searching for very high resolution photos of Camellia sasanqua for use as wall art in a dark office hallway, preferably bright pink with a light background or sky. The printed image will be approximately 24″x48″. Do you have any that would be suitable?

    Thank you

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