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Debutante Camellia CareView Full Planting & Care Instructions
Plant in an area that gets full to partial sun (4-8 hours of sunlight daily) and has well-draining soil.
Water regularly to keep the soil moist about 2 to 3 inches down.
Fertilize in the spring after the flowers have dropped using a soluble fertilizer for acid-loving plants. Feed once or twice a month in spring and mid-summer.
Early Spring Blooms That Last for Months
Why Debutante Camellias?
Impressive 4-inch, peony-like pink blooms set the Debutante Camellia apart, starting in fall lasting all the way to early spring!
Plus, these large, explosive blooms cover the Debutante when other plants are dormant. Because the Debutante is easy to grow, with drought tolerance and hardiness down to 10 degrees, it offers extra color without the work. Despite its delicate, fragrant blooms, the Camellia requires little attention to reach maturity, thriving on little water and surviving a late or early frost with ease.
And its evergreen foliage makes it well-suited for privacy screens. Not only will you get eye-catching blooms that are sure to get the neighbors’ attention, but you’ll also get deep, vibrant green hedging for colorful borders that block out unsightly areas. It even adapts well to partial sun and some shade, thriving where other blooming varieties won’t.
Why Fast-Growing-Trees.com is Better
First, you won’t find a healthier Camellia at your local nursery or big-box store. Because we’ve planted, nurtured and shipped your Debutante with meticulous care, you get a healthy, better-developed root system, ready to thrive at your home and burst with color and growth quickly.
And when you buy our larger sizes, you can get the explosive color, fragrance, and privacy growth of the Debutante as soon as the first season.
Plant the Debutante at any time of year…and receive the incomparably fragrant, vivid blossoms for yourself. Don’t wait – get your Debutante Camellia today!
Full Planting & Care Instructions
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