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Camellia Japonica, Brushfield's Yellow

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pot size: 20cm
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Camellia Japonica, Brushfield's Yellow, Camellia 'Brushfield's Yellow' is a spectacular flowering evergreen ornamental shrub which should be planted in semi shade in slightly acidic, well drained semi-moist soil. It responds to a regular fertilize and watering, especially through spring and summer. Can be used in general landscaped gardens, as a flowering specimen in the garden or in a pot where the flowers will put on a showy display in late winter. 
At maturity will reach 3mt tall and 2-2.5mt wide. Can be trimmed smaller if needed. 
Camellia 'Brushfield's Yellow' is an Australian-bred cultivar that was developed in the late 1960s. It features near-white petals with creamy yellow petaloids, giving it an attractive appearance. The flowers are of the anemone type, and they bloom from mid-winter to early spring.  In terms of growth habit, 'Brushfield's Yellow' has an upright form, making it suitable for hedges or informal screens. It can be pruned to create a flat screen or topiary shape if desired. The plant thrives in shaded or sheltered positions and is known for its long-lasting flowers.
Once established, 'Brushfield's Yellow' is remarkably easy to grow and low-maintenance. It is not demanding in terms of care requirements and is generally easy to prune.
Overall, Camellia 'Brushfield's Yellow' is an appealing cultivar with its attractive flowers and ease of care. It can make a beautiful addition to your garden as a hedge, screen, or even as a potted plant.
Will benefit from twice yearly feeding with specific low ph fertiliser, Scott's Camellia Osmocote slow release plant food
Camellia Bushfield's Yellow is available from Online Plants, Australia's leading e-commerce plant nursery. Located in Melbourne we offer fast, accurate and careful plant delivery to all Melbourne, Sydney, Adelaide, Canberra and Brisbane, metropolitan and regional areas.
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