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Camellia ‘High Fragrance’ (Camellia lutchuensis hybrid)

Camellia ‘High Fragrance’ (Camellia lutchuensis hybrid)

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Camellia ‘High Fragrance’ (Camellia lutchuensis hybrid)
It doesn’t get much better than this! ‘High Fragrance’ has large, light pink, semi-double flowers and alluring fragrance. This upright grower with an open habit has flowers that can reach up to 4” across. Blooms appear in late winter and spring making Camellia ‘High Fragrance’ the right choice for indoor container growing. Grow in bright, indirect light inside the house or partial sun if planted outdoors. Be assured that every winter and spring this camellia will delight the senses with its beauty and become part of your gardening tradition. This camellia was developed in New Zealand and is a hybrid of C. lutchuensis.

Hardiness Zone 8, 9, 10
Bloom Season Spring, Winter
Sun Requirement Partial Sun
Grows to 2-3'
Minimum Temperature Indoors 35
Plant Type Fragrant


Tips for Success: 
 

• Use fertilizer only at the beginning of active growth.
 

• Water when soil surface appears dry and then
  thoroughly saturate the root ball.
 

• Give partial sun year-round. 
 

• Give 30-40°F nighttime temperatures during the winter.
  Warm nights during the winter time will cause “bud blast.”
  Up to 59°F is okay.
 

• Give a slightly acidic soil between (soil ph between 4.8 - 5.8)
 

• Pinch back young cuttings to get full and bushy growth,
  although this discourages flowering early on.
 

• 1 tablespoon of Epsom Salts/ one gallon of water given twice a
  year supplies their magnesium requirements.


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