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Q: camellias ( Answered,   0 Comments )
Subject: camellias
Category: Science > Agriculture and Farming
Asked by: jfav-ga
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Posted: 22 Nov 2005 08:59 PST
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Are camellias considered tropical or sub-tropical plants?
Subject: Re: camellias
Answered By: tlspiegel-ga on 22 Nov 2005 09:30 PST
Hi jfav,

Thank you for your question.  

Camellias are both tropical and subtropical plants.

Theaceae (camellia family)

Cammelia. Common Camellia C. japonica, Company Gardens, Cape Town.

Distribution: tropical and subtropical, mainly America and Asia


Pictures of the Camellia Shrub in bloom

Camellia, genus of about 82 species of evergreen shrubs or trees of
the tea family, native in tropical and subtropical Asia.


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