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Young red sasanqua camellia in spring

Festive Camellia

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£25.00
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Camellias are always welcome gifts as they bring colour and handsome foliage when there is not that much else going on in the garden. Over time these young plants will grow on and make a large permanent feature in a winter garden. Can be grown in a pot or planted out in the garden in any soil other than chalk.
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These are an early flowering variety called camellia sasanqua 'Yuletide' and so they have finished flowering for this season which is reflected in their special price. These stunning camellia have lovely glossy foliage all year round, and will put on lots of new growth this summer. They will produce cheery red blooms in the garden every December, making them a great gift to enjoy for years and years to come.
45cm tall in a 1.5L pot
1 x 1L Red Camellia Plant   + £0.00
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5 Stars 4.9/ 5 24 reviews
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Colin Smith, 23 days ago
5 stars

Perfect as big as shown in the photo on line. My friend loved receiving it.

Frances Newton, Apr 19
5 stars

The recipient was delighted with the wonderful camelia.

Miss Eamant, Jan 05
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It was a lovely gift with buds on a large plant and beautifully wrapped.

Brooks, Dec 30
5 stars

Lovely plant and alrradt with a flower, perfect!

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Dawn Sherwood, Nov 29
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Recipient was very happy with plant

Helen scott, Feb 14
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Jenny Henderson, Dec 29
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Healthy plant in flower

ROSSITER, Dec 22
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very good quality

Jo Strachan, Apr 16
5 stars

Beautiful plant arrived on time. Great service

Steven, Apr 04
5 stars

Beautiful, it will look great in the garden. Arrived safely too,nicely packaged.

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Care Instrictions

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Camellias (camellia sasanqua) are outdoor plants which bring colour and handsome foliage when there is not that much else going on in the garden. Over time these young plants will grow on slowly and make a large permanent feature in a winter garden.

Your Camellia will do well either grown in a container on a sheltered patio or planted out in the garden. When planting Camellias, choose a sheltered part-shaded position where you can see the winter flowers. Try to avoid a situation where the early morning sun shines on frosted plants because this can spoil the flowers.

Keep your Camellia well watered whilst in a pot, the compost should feel wet to touch. However, do not let your Camellia stand in water as this will rot the root system. It will like to be regularly watered but allow the excess water to drain away. If your plant arrives in a decorative pot without drainage holes, make sure you remove the plant to water it, allowing excess to drain away before returning it to the pot.

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

Over time Camellias can grow into substantial specimens several feet high. In china, where these plants originate they have been known to reach 15ft and 500 years old. Older plants are very hardy but young plants should be protected from frost.

Problem Solving:

If your plant seems to be suffering try keeping it a bit closer to your home, the brick wall’s residual heat will keep young plants just above freezing, or inside a greenhouse.