Jury's Yellow Camellia. This cultivar name is certainly deceiving, because it definitely is not "yellow." This selection was bred in New Zealand and has some of the genes of the Chinese yellow flowering species, C. chrysantha, in its lineage. None the less, it is still a great plant. The flowers are a peony type with a cream white color which are produced in overwhelming profusion. But its best asset is that it is just a beautiful plant year around with an outstanding dense form and exquisite dark green color. If this cultivar never flowered, one would still plant it for its quality of form and foliage. As most Camellias, they prefer filtered sun or morning sun and afternoon shade, but once well established, Camellias can be some of the most drought tolerant broadleaf evergreens in existence. It is a late winter bloomer.