Camellia Japonica 'Nuccio's Pearl' 12L Pot (120-140cm)

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Camellia Japonica 'Nuccio's Pearl' 12L Pot (80-120cm)

Nuccio's Pearl produces medium sized, semi-double with pointed petals. Blush white with with a darker shade of pink developing later in the bloom around the edges creating a fantastic two-toned effect.

A mid to late season Camellia, you will still be enjoying flower right at the end of winter with a spectacular way to welcome spring.

This Camellia is perfectly suited to planting in a container to bring some colour to a terrace or patio and will do best in ericaceous soil in either partial shade or sun.

  • Pot Size: 12L Pot
  • Height on Arrival: 80-120 cm
  • Eventual Height: 2.5-4m
  • Eventual Spread: 2-3m
  • Rate of Growth: 5-10 Years
  • Habit: Upright
  • Flower Colour: White
  • Flowering Period: Feb-April (Mid/ Late)
  • Foliage Colour: Dark Green
  • Hardiness Rating: Fully Hardy
  • Planting Period: All Year
  • Evergreen
  • Prefered Position: Partial Shade
  • Prefered Soil Type: Ericaceous
  • Moisture Requirements: Well-drained
  • Exposure: Semi sheltered
  • Wildlife Friendly: Yes - attracts insects and bees

    Planting advice

    Choosing the right position for your camellia is essential. They need to be in a reasonably sheltered area with well draining soil and ideally dappled sun or semi shade. They will not do well in waterlogged area. Acid soil is preferred - if you have chalky or limestone soils than container planting is advised.

    Plant your camellia relatively high, so that the top of the root ball is level with the surface of the soil. This helps water drain away from the trunk.

    Camellia are shallow rooting, so avoid planting them under shallow-rooted trees such as birch or cherry.

    If potting in a container, be sure to use a mix of 3 parts ericaceous compost and 1 part well draining soil. For extra drainage add some stones to the bottom of the pot.

    Looking after your camellia

    Watering: Young camellias are not particularly drought tolerant so ensure to water at least 3-4 times a week during dry summer spells. Older plants become more resilient and are moderate drinkers. Avoid overwatering by ensuring soil dries out between watering.

    Pruning: A light pruning after the spring bloom is advised, just enough to encourage the desired shape. Pinching off the tips of branches will encourage more fullness.

    Fertilising: Once blooming has finished, feed camellias sparingly with a balanced fertiliser, or with a fertilizer designed for acid-loving plants. For increased absorption, apply fertiliser in a circle around the shrub, rather than concentrating it directly around the trunk.

    Customer Reviews

    Average Rating: 5.0/5 (1 review)

    Rating: 5/5

    "Plant was a good size and very healthy really pleased with my purchase can't wait to see it in flower now it's got lots of buds on it."

    Reviewed Monday, 5 March 2018

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