~Camellia sasanqua 'Winter's Star White' (or so the label says)~
(That's not entirely true. I have a few clues, but just not very good ones).
On the Tuesday before Christmas I had gone with my Father to a local Southern States store (in Earlysville, Virginia) so he could pick up a few things. While there, we saw that their cold hardy camellias were on sale - and we thought that we'd pick up three to give as gifts to some folks that have really helped out my Father this past year. So we purchased two that were labelled as Camellia sasanqua 'Mine-No-Yuki' and one labelled as Camellia sasanqua 'Winter's Star White'. The 'Mine-No-Yuki' I was secretly happy to find, since I had seen it in a recent A Tidewater Gardener post - I thought, since we have no snow in South Carolina in December - why not have a camellia that showers the ground with white blossoms? (I know, I could have gotten the sasanqua 'Snow Flurry' - but didn't I say that these were on sale?).
So we ended up giving only one of them away. Fortunately, for me, two of the people that we were getting a sasanqua for actually complained about ones they had in their Virginia gardens the day before Christmas! Both were frustrated by how a freeze ruined all of the flowers, and how messy they then looked. Dad looked at me and said 'can you take them to Charleston and plant them?' and of course we all know the answer to that question.
Upon closer look at their tags - the 'Mine-No-Yuke' had been scribbled out and replaced with 'Albino' on one tag. There are no buds on this one - it's a compact and dense plant with beautiful glossy leaves, with the new foliage being a lovely deep red color. Hopefully next year I'll have a better idea about the flowers on this one.
As for the 'Winter's Star' - I see a pink one [Camellia (oleifera x hiemalis 'Showa-no-sakae') 'Winter's Star'], but not one with mostly white and hints of pink at the edges of the petals. Maybe there's a 'Winter's Star White' (which was scribbled on the tag with a black Sharpie) variant that is mostly white? This one does have oleifera on the tag - so I'm guessing I'm in the right ballpark. (That is, if I were playing ball). If it were up to me (and it just might be) I'd name this one 'Applewood'. To me it looks like a cross between an apple blossom and a dogwood blossom.