Camellia japonica 'Te Deum’ ~ multi-stem ~ 200-225cm


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Camellia japonica in all forms are fantastic, but 15 year old multi stem specimens stand out in any garden as the main feature. Even and handsome clear stems made up of four or five stems, meet a very full bush on top. It is very important like all Japanese Camellia that is planted in a sheltered position. Very cold wing can cause significant damage to leaves and new stems.                   

- DFG rating: 10/10

- 200-225cm tall.

- Semi mature, containerised into 130 litre pots.

- Slow growing, up to a 400-500cm spread in 10-20 years.

- Blooms in late Winter to Spring.

- Medium sized leathery oval dark green leaves.

- Deep pink flowers.

- Hardy to -10c or -15 in a very sheltered spot.

- Soil must be Acid, it is fine to plant in lightly acidic soil, but you will need to plant the trees with plenty of ericaceous compost. And then keep feeding the trees three times a year, with ericaceous fertiliser in April, July and October.

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