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Plants Flowering in January

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ABELIOPHYLLUM distichum

ABELIOPHYLLUM distichum  >

White forsythia
Scented star-shaped flowers, white, flushed pink, produced on bare stems in February
ABELIOPHYLLUM distichum 'Roseum'
Uncommon pink form
ACACIA baileyana
 AWARD

ACACIA baileyana  >

Cootamundra wattle, Golden mimosa
fluffy bright yellow mimosa flowers and fine silvery-grey foliage
ACACIA baileyana 'Purpurea'
 AWARD

ACACIA baileyana 'Purpurea'  >

Cootamundra wattle, Golden mimosa
Foliage tinged violet and purple
ACACIA dealbata
 AWARD

ACACIA dealbata  >

Mimosa, Silver wattle
Florists mimosa. Yellow scented flowers
CAMELLIA 'Amabel Lansdell'
Japonica. Pink semi-double, paeony form
CAMELLIA 'Angel'
Japonica. Semi-double white flowers
CAMELLIA 'Annette Gehry'
Japonica. Anemone form with light lavender-pink flowers shading to white
CAMELLIA 'Ann Sothern'
Japonica. Semi-double soft pink fading to white centre
CAMELLIA 'Apple Blossom'
Japonica. Single white flushed rose
CAMELLIA 'Augusto Leal de Gouveia Pinto'
Japonica. Light lavender-pink with each petal bordered white, semi-double
CAMELLIA 'Barbara Woodruff'
Japonica. Light orchid-pink outer petals and a creamy-white centre
CAMELLIA 'Cornish Snow'
A Caerhays Castle hybrid with small single white flowers in profusion usually from December to April
CAMELLIA 'Cornish Spring'
A C.cuspidata cross with single bright pink flowers
CAMELLIA 'Hugh Evans'
Sasanqua. Prolific single pink, scented
CAMELLIA 'J.C. Williams'
x williamsii. Soft pink single
CAMELLIA 'Jean May'
Sasanqua. Double-paeony form, shell pink and deeper in the centre with white margin
CAMELLIA 'Narumigata'
Sasanqua. Single white scented
CAMELLIA 'Nobilissima'
Early flowering double white which was one of the first camellias introduced into England
CAMELLIA sasanqua 'Rosea Plena'
Sasanqua. Old fashioned original form of sasanqua with tiny pink flowers from October onwards. Compact habit and small curling leaves
CAMELLIA sasanqua white
Old fashioned original form of sasanqua with tiny white flowers from October onwards. Compact habit and small curling leaves
CAMELLIA 'Shin-akebono'
Japonica. Open white flowered paeony form. Often very early in the season
CAMELLIA 'Takanini'
Japonica. Deep plum-red flowers
CAMELLIA taliense
A species with creamy flowers with conspicuous yellow stamens
CAMELLIA vernalis 'Dawn'
Species. Very early flowering with semi-double white flowers (small size only)
CAMELLIA 'Winton'
Sasanqua x williamsii. Profusions of small dainty pink flowers similar to 'Cornish Snow'
CHIMONANTHUS nitens
Rare evergreen species with shining oval-lanced like leaves. Large solitary white flowers
CHIMONANTHUS praecox
(Syn. Fragrans) - highly scented yellow flowers with a purple centre on bare stems

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