Category: Science > Agriculture and Farming
Asked by: jfav-ga
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22 Nov 2005 08:59 PST
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Question ID: 596261
Are camellias considered tropical or sub-tropical plants?
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) http://www.museums.org.za/bio/plants/theaceae/ Cammelia. Common Camellia C. japonica, Company Gardens, Cape Town. Distribution: tropical and subtropical, mainly America and Asia ========= Pictures of the Camellia Shrub in bloom http://www.blitzworld.com/garden/camellia.htm Camellia, genus of about 82 species of evergreen shrubs or trees of the tea family, native in tropical and subtropical Asia. ========= keyword search: camellias are tropical or sub-tropical ========= Best regards, tlspiegel
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