Visitors to the chateau greenhouse and orangery in Lysice, South Moravia, can now admire a collection of outstanding Japanese Camellias in bloom in a myriad of red, white and pink shades. The shrubs on display are up to 250 years old and come from Dresden, where they escaped the bombing during World War II.
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