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Camellia Japonica, Debbie

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pot size: 20cm
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Camellia Japonica, Debbie, Beautiful semi double pink peony ruffled flowers in spring. Their dark green, glossy foliage remains evergreen through the year.
Can grow in full morning sun to quite shaded positions. Keep out of the hot summer afternoon sun, Masses of flowers
Will grow approximately 2.5 to 3.5 m high by 2 to 3 wide.
Will benefit from twice yearly feeding with specific low ph fertiliser, Scott's Camellia Osmocote slow release plant food
Appearance: Debbie is a bushy evergreen shrub with large, glossy, dark green oval leaves. During winter, it showcases large, double rose-pink blooms, which add a touch of elegance to the garden.
Pruning: It is recommended to prune Camellia Debbie after flowering to the desired height and shape. This helps maintain the shrub's compact and bushy growth habit. Pruning also encourages the development of future flowers.
Watering: Once established, Camellia Debbie has moderate water requirements. However, it benefits from deep soaking during the peak of summer. Providing a thorough watering ensures the plant receives sufficient moisture to withstand hot weather.
Soil: prefers to be grown in humus-rich soil that is well-draining. It thrives in soil that retains moisture but does not become waterlogged.
Size: This cultivar typically grows into a medium to large-sized shrub, reaching a height and width of several meters.
Camellia Debbie is a popular choice for gardens due to its attractive foliage and abundant rose-pink blooms. It adds a vibrant and colorful touch to the landscape, especially during the winter months when many other plants are dormant.
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