Camellia japonica ‘Daikagura’ (‘daikon’ is radish; ‘daikagura’ has red/pink and white radish petal colors), is usually the first to bloom, often in February – it has been noted in February post of this blog.
In March other camellias follow:
1.) Camellia sasanqua – 2 of them, planted by the fence, several meters apart, area L
There are different varieties of this camellia, one webpage I found quite informative (but won’t let me copy the info) is on the site called Absolute Wonder, run by someone in Memphis, TN – you can go there by clicking here: Camellia sasanqua.
2.) Camellia japonica, red, area N
Also comes in different varieties. I’m not sure what variety is the one pictured above, but it might be:
‘Adolphe Audusson’, whose deep red flowers are more numerous and appear earlier than other types. You can read more on Floridata page here…