Camellia sasanqua ‘Narumigata’ Camellia sasanqua start to flower in the autumn and continue through to early spring. They bring some much needed colour during the winter months. Here they extend the camellia season meaning that we only have mid summer without a camellia in flower. New species from china my allow us to have a camellia in flower everyday of the year. Depending on how you look at it they are the first to flower or last to flower in a given season. Camellia sasanqua ‘Narumigata’ has cup shaped white flowers, notched at the edges and with magenta-pink tips. The flowers are surprisingly weather tolerant despite their fragile appearance always giving a good display from early autumn. A must have plant in the winter garden.