Ancient japanese cultivar of Camellia japonica flower . Evergreen shrub

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Ancient japanese cultivar of Camellia japonica flower . Evergreen shrub

By Teo Spengler The beautiful blooms and dark green evergreen foliage of camellia plants win a gardener’s heart. They add color and texture to your backyard all year long. If your camellias outgrow their planting sites, you’ll want to start thinking about transplanting camellias. Read on for information about camellia transplanting, including tips on how to transplant a camellia and when to move a camellia bush. When to Move a Camellia Bush Camellias (Camellia spp.) are woody shrubs that grow best in warmer regions. They thrive in U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 7 through 10. You can buy camellias from your garden store during winter. If you are wondering when to transplant or when to move a camellia bush, winter is the perfect time. The plant may not look dormant, but it is. How to Transplant a Camellia Camellia transplanting can be easy or it can be more

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