white camellia

white camellia

symbol of beauty. [Flower Symbolism: Jobes, 281]
See: Beauty
References in classic literature ?
Countess Sotski and Sophia Bespalova, as everyone knew, were coming with white camellia bouquets.
A new bridle of shining leather with buckles of polished brass was on his back; two white camellias were tied to his ears; ribbons and tassels of red silk adorned his mane, which was divided into many curls.
At the front of the property, the block paved driveway has plenty of space for cars with a pretty white camellia adding a splash of colour.
The visitors were shown such art works as Dolls Festival, White Camellia, Mount Fuji, and other that reflect the traditions and customs and lifestyle of Japanese people.
Asian White Camellia Oil and East African Nilotica Shea Butter are two more signature ingredients in Lustre Exotica.
From early November, right up to the first snow the white camellia has flowered continuously.
Great plants to mix and match are clematis and roses but there are other great partnerships such as Clematis Jackmanii on a wall of ivy, Clematis armandii through a white camellia and Clematis Etoile Violette woven in the branches of the golden- leaved tree Robinia Frisia.
is a white flower with strong, dark foliage - a white camellia perhaps.
Hampton was the first cosmetics provider to list his ingredients on the product labels, the first cosmetics company to seek out natural products from developing nations and the first to formulate natural products with oils of jojoba, evening primrose, blue camomile and wild white camellia.
Camelia Blanca Cleansing Oil is derived from white camellia seed oil; white camellia also produces the leaves used in white tea.
Once hung, the new paper's flowers looked surprisingly like gardenias, or at the very least white camellia blooms.