Any help would be appreciated, thanks!


It looks like a camellia sasanqua, a.k.a. the Christmas camellia. I've no experience with it.

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Yep, Camellia. Japonicas bloom in spring and Sasanquas bloom in the late fall. They are very common here in the Piedmont of NC.

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