First discovered as a chance seedling on 1947, 'Nina Avery' is an absolutely gorgeous Camellia featuring white-washed rose pink blooms and pretty yellow stamens that peek out from between the petals in late winter into spring. The blooms can be variations of semi-double to loose peony with crinkled erect center petals all on the same plant. Excellent for cutting and display in flower arrangements or to float a bloom in a bowl of water. With a tall and bushy habit, you can grow this beauty as a large shrub or remove lower branches to form an attractive small tree that serves as an excellent evergreen focal point in the landscape. Get all the details below!