Camellias

Camellias are of unique importance to the British, providing us with the tea plant and its fantastic ornamental cousins. Among the first to colour up, ornamental camellias will produce large intricate blooms starting in winter.

Unsuitable for growing in chalky alkali soils, camellias will fail to absorb adequate nutrients. To correct this, we recommend you use acidic compost and fertiliser, mix pine needles into your mulch and water with rainwater.

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