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Japanese Camellia (Camellia japonica) are wonderful Winter/Spring blooming additions to any landscape. There are a large range of varieties and cultivars that show off different colors and shapes of flowers. They grow 8'-12' tall and 6'-8' wide, and are slow growing. Camellias are best planted in moist, well-drained soil and part shade, as they are not tolerant of direct, hot afternoon sun. They do need an acidic soil as well, so fertilizers and/or soil amendments are recommended. Frequent watering after planting is important for establishment and vigor. Blooms in Winter or early Spring.
Rosea Plena: Large, formal rose-pink double blooms.
Pink Perfection: Unique, perfect-shaped pink flowers.
Kramer's Supreme: Deep red, semi-double blooms.
Debutante: Large pink blooms resemblant of Peonies. ONe of the earliest flowering Camellias available.
Alba Plena: Medium sized, pure white flowers. One of the oldest Camellia varieties.
High Fragrance: Large, semi-double light pink flowers. Known for strong fragrance.