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Camellia Sasanqua flower white Camellia sasanqua in bud
Camellia sasanqua in bud

Camellia Sasanqua

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This gorgeous variety of camellia (camellia sasanqua) flowers earlier than some of its cousins, sometimes as early as September - bringing a welcome splash of colour to the garden in autumn and early winter.
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A winter flowering variety, the camellia sasanqua have finished blooming for now, but are looking lovely this week none the less. These are strong British grown plants with lovely glossy foliage and will be a super addition to a garden. Very popular we now only have them available in white. New photos coming soon.
30cm tall including a 1L pot
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Anna, Apr 02
5 stars

Vibrant healthy looking plant, well packaged.

Russell, Jan 31
5 stars

The recipient liked it

PK, Dec 24
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A lovely plant, which I'd found hard to obtain elsewhere.

Heather B, Nov 15
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Just beautiful and the recipients delighted with number of buds waiting to burst forth

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Care Instrictions

These instructions are sent with the plant gift

These Camellia (camellia sasanqua) will do best in the garden either in a pot or planted out into the ground. This variety is autumn flowering and will produce a flush of blooms from October to December.

Choose a sheltered, partially shaded position for your Camellia where you can enjoy the autumn flowers. Keep your plant well-watered, especially whilst in a pot, the compost should feel damp to the touch.

After flowering, your Camellia plant can be re-potted in a larger pot with ericaceous compost or planted out into the ground. Camellias like acidic soil, so choose compost suitable for rhododendrons, heathers and other acid-loving plants.

Over time Camellias can grow into quite substantial specimens several feet high. In China, where these plants originate, they have even been known to reach 15ft and 500 years old.

Problem Solving:

These are garden plants and will always be happiest outdoors in ericaceous soil. They do need well drained soil so do make sure that the excess water can drain out the bottom. Try to avoid a situation where the early morning sun shines on frosted plants because this can spoil the flowers.

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