Outdoor Landscape and the Camellia
In the hotter atmosphere zones, January is presumably the best an ideal opportunity to buy and plant the camellia. Huge numbers of the camellia bushes in nurseries have begun to sprout in January, you will have the option to perceive what the blossoms resemble and this is a great opportunity to plant them. You need to plant the bush while it is as yet blossoming before any new development starts.
Numerous camellia assortments should be planted in a zone that gets separated sun, however the camellia sasanqua appreciates the full sun. In the event that the open air scene doesn't have a somewhat concealed region planting them as compartment plants on a porch or deck will work well overall. You likewise need to shield them from solid breezes. On the off chance that they get an excessive amount of sun they may experience the ill effects of burn, this is the point at which the leaves appear to be yellow rather than a dark green. They likewise well when they are concealed by tall trees. They are lovely on yards, in concealed corners and as fences.
The shades of the camellia come in shades of red, white, pink, or a blend of hues. In the event that the blossoms are cut from the bush they will keep going for a little while in a bowl of water. The greater part of the assortments of the camellia bush can live for a long time and develop to be around 25 feet tall. You can likewise prune them to be practically any shape or size you want, however they become moderate.
Camellias need a marginally acidic soil that is very much depleted. When they become built up they are anything but difficult to keep up. The dirt should be kept wet however not spongy. At the point when new development shows up, they ought to be taken care of with camellia food. Taking care of ought to be done when their dirt is damp and they need watering directly in the wake of taking care of. This taking care of can be rehashed at regular intervals up to and including the center of September. Continuously follow the bearings for taking care of and do whatever it takes not to overload.
On the off chance that you choose to plant camellias as a component of your open air scene you will need to plant them at any rate 8 feet separated or disperse them all through your nursery. In the event that planting them for a fence they can be as close as 6 feet separated and they will do fine. A few camellias that are winter-solid will do very well as fences. A portion of the camellia assortments incorporate the Bob Hope which has dark red blossoms; Misty Moon has excellent lavender pink blossoms; Elizabeth Down Silver has become flushed pink blossoms that have a white outskirt; Debutante has light pink blooms and Yuletide has splendid red blooms that will sprout during the special seasons. The camellia is noted for its appealing fall and winter blooms and brilliant green glossy leaves and is ideal for most winter gardens.