[ UK /kæmˈɛli‍ə/ ]
  1. any of several shrubs or small evergreen trees having solitary white or pink or reddish flowers
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How To Use camellia In A Sentence

  • Something about paper walls, I think, about archery, and a good deal about evergreen laurel, myrtle and wild camellia.
  • His photograph of two camellia brooches could just as easily have been a study of two bold flowers plucked from a garden.
  • They placed shrubs-roses, azaleas, altheas, forsythia, crepe myrtle, spirea, camellias, nandina, and wild honeysuckle-throughout the yard.
  • I looked at the camellia with its fat pink blooms and at the scarlet flowers of the Japanese quince. RESCUING ROSE
  • Several foresighted assumptive ideas and proposals to plant and utilize each variety of camellia oleifera are put forward.
  • Objective To explore the technological processes of extraction, identification and determination of total flavone from folium Camelliae for fully making use of Camellia sinensis resourses.
  • The garden includes ferns, hydrangeas, irises, waterlilies, camellias, rhododendrons, Japanese maples and fuchsias.
  • As was his wont he walked briskly, pausing occasionally to inspect a young camellia bud or to throw a stick for Charlie. DOUBLE DECEIT
  • Mahonias are a plant that with fatsia, camellia, skimmia, chaenomeles and aralia are sometimes and rather confusingly called a 'japonica'. Times, Sunday Times
  • Main ingredients: camellia powder, Avocado, heronsbill, aloe essence, elastin, rose oil and etc.
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