Camellia sasanqua is a winter and autumn flowering plant. This popular evergreen shrub is native to Japan and grows in a mild climate. The plants adorn the showy flowers and the leathery green leaves. As compared to Camellia japonica, the sasanqua grows well in direct sunlight. These plants are widely used for espalier, hedging, and topiary. The Bert Jones is known to produce various cultivars with small or semi-double flowers in colors red and pink. It can be propagated via cuttings or seeds. They can be set out any month of the year if properly taken care of.