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Camellia Plant | Japanese Camellia - Plants

Camellia Plant | Japanese Camellia - Plants

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All measurements are presented as a range because each plant is unique; its size and shape vary with the season
6" inch Pot and Plant height -: 12-18 inches.
8" inch pot and plant height -: 18-24 inches.

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Japanese Camellia - Plants

The Camellia plant is a flowering shrub native to Asia that is known for its beautiful, large, and often fragrant blooms. It is a popular ornamental plant and is often used in landscaping and as a container plant. Camellias are prized for their glossy green leaves and colorful flowers, which come in shades of white, pink, red, and sometimes yellow or purple. They are also known for their long flowering season, which can last from late winter to early spring.

Camellias prefer moist, well-draining soil and partial shade, making them ideal for planting under trees or in areas with dappled sunlight. They are generally low-maintenance plants and do not require frequent pruning or fertilizing. However, they do benefit from regular watering and mulching to help retain moisture and protect their roots.

There are many different cultivars of Camellia plants available, ranging in size, flower color, and growth habit. Some popular varieties include the white-flowered 'Alba Plena', the red 'Donation', and the pink 'Yuletide'. Whether planted in a garden or in a container, the Camellia plant is sure to add a touch of elegance and beauty to any setting.

Light: All camellias need some protection from the hot afternoon sun as young plants. However, plants that receive no sun will struggle to flower. Morning sun and dappled afternoon shade are ideal. 

Soil: Should be well-drained with a pH of 6 to 6.5 (slightly acid). Keep it moist.

Water: Water regularly for the first couple of years, then keep the soil moist, but not too wet. Provide summer water in dry climates.

Fertilization: Feed with a balanced, acidic fertilizer in spring and early summer. Avoid high-nitrogen fertilizers.

Pruning: Pruning is rarely needed, but it helps to remove crossover limbs or diseased/deadwood. This can be done after blooming has finished in spring.

Note: Plant may slightly differ from shown image depending on Season and growth pattern

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