Apple Blossom Camellia. One will often see this Camellia cultivar put under the species "sasanqua," because it closely resembles it in foliage and flower. It is a vigorous upright grower which makes it an ideal subject for screening, hedging and espalier. The flowers are lightly fragrant with delicate pink edges to white flowers and yellow stamens. When planting, plant shallow. It does well in part shade to full sun, with the latter requiring some irrigation in dry spells. It is a fall bloomer, much like its cousin C. sasanqua.