Camelias ,but have not found one yet.
Have you tried your local library? I find them the best source of information. Plus, if the book is not very good, I've not wasted my money.
What about www.amazon.co.uk, have you tried that? They are usually much cheaper if you do want to buy a book. Good luck!
20 Mar, 2009
Good morning Craftnutter library are doing a search for me but have come up with nothing yet and got a good orchid book from them .
But notice nowo Dobbies have a good Orchid book and I will buy it .
Thsi is not gardening but got out of the library
Back from Africa by Corinne Hofmann nearly finished it a reall good read.
Thanks have not tryed Amazon yet thankys again enjoy weekend.
The book you want is called "What Camellia is That" written by Stirling Macoboy. ISBN 1-86302-571-5. It has over 1000 illustrated entries. Good luck.
Thanks BB does thsi one give you how to care for camelais.
It certainly does, in fact it gives you everything you need to know about all Camellias, including species. My favourites are the Reticulata's which I am slowly building up a collection of. With the new hybrids being bred in Australia and California the day is not too far away when they will be as popular as the Rose, especially with the new scented hybrids coming through like "Cinnamon Cindy" etc.
Checked on Amazon its £40 I am looking more fo ra paperback book .Thanks anyway.
I have a set of Readers Digest Garden books, the series is called "Successful Gardening" one of the set is Growing your Favourite Plants which I have picked up one by one in Charity shops, and second hand book shops. You often see them on the shelves as a set. The one in particular, "Careing for your favourite plants" has a very good section on growing and careing for Camellias. worth a look mine cost about a £1 each.They are large hard back colour printed books, worth having for quick refernce. Published in 1990 and re published in 1993.
I found out a lot about growing and propagating camellias by asking 'google' on the internet. Lots of information which saved having to buy a book.I printed out the bits which were most interesting to me. Click on Google,and type the one word CAMELLIAS.
21 Mar, 2009
Thankyou Justvera found all I need to know thanks again.
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