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Do camellias flower twice?
CAMELLIA WILLIAMSI They were originally only single flowers but over the last 40 years more showy double flowers have been bred. There are fewer williamsii varieties compared to japonica.
How big does Camellia japonica grow?
What is the difference between Camellia japonica and Camellia Williamsii?
In this article we'll look at the differences between these two groups of Camellias, and their relative merits....Main Menu.
|Camellia japonica||Camellia x williamsii|
|A huge range of flower colour, form and size||A more limited range of flower choice, mostly shades of pink with a few white and red.|
Are Camellia japonica fast growing?
Japanese camellias grow very slowly and can grow to be quite old. Some hundred-year-old plants may reach 25 feet high or more and as wide, but most gardeners can consider camellias to be 10-foot-tall shrubs. Many are even lower growing.
Are camellia roots invasive?
QUESTION 5: DO CAMELLIA ROOTS CAUSE PROBLEMS TO PATH-WAYS AND FENCES? ANSWER: The answer is NO provided they have a reasonable depth of soil they can be planted in and no closer than 18 inches (45cm) to a fence or paved area. ... ANSWER: YES, some camellias are suitable depending on the height of the hedge.
What is the best time of year to plant camellias?
Camellias are generally planted in the late fall through the early spring, although they may be set out any month of the year if properly cared for.
- Choose a Site. Choose a planting site with well-drained soil. ...
- Soil Preparation. Camellias will grow in most well-drained slightly acid soil. ...
Are camellias difficult to grow?
Camellias have a reputation for being somewhat difficult to grow, but if you're willing to meet their needs, they'll reward you with a long bloom season just when you need it most, between fall and spring.
Are camellias poisonous to dogs?
Plus, according to the ASPCA, the camellia is non-toxic to both dogs and cats.
Do camellias like coffee grounds?
Use coffee grounds as mulch for acid-loving plants — roses, azaleas, rhododendrons, evergreens, hydrangeas and camellias. They like coffee grounds for the natural acidity and nutrients they add to the soil.
Do azaleas like Epsom salts?
Shrubs, including azaleas and rhododendrons, can benefit from an Epsom salt feed once a month, while trees can be treated with Epsom salts around three times each year.
Are eggshells good for azaleas?
Eggshells can also be used as planters for small seedlings and be put directly in the ground for planting. ... They are particularly useful on those plants for which you would apply an 'acid food' such as evergreens, azaleas, roses, camellias, avocados, and certain fruit trees.
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