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What kind of shrub is this?

comments (3) November 12th, 2012 in gallery
farsch farsch, member
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flowering shrub Click the image to enlarge.

flowering shrub


Can anyone help me identify this large blooming tree in my south carolina yard Is this a Rose of Sharon, some kind of azelea? It's blooming right now in early November and it's about 10-15 feet tall. It's growing on the side of my house, in shade and there is also another entwined with white blooms. Thanks!



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DaleHarvey writes: Yes, Linneaz: Camellia sasanqua hybrid Posted: 8:07 pm on February 18th
friendlync1960 writes: japonica (pink blooming) winter flowering camelia Posted: 8:14 pm on January 21st
Linneaz writes: It appears to be a winter-blooming camellia (sasanqua). Posted: 1:02 pm on November 13th
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