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Lady Vansittart Camellia

Lady Vansittart Camellia


 
The 'Lady Vansittart' Camellia japonica plant has one of the most unique camellia flowers of any we carry. The mostly white 'Lady Vansittart' flowers have pink undertones and distinct random striping. You will enjoy the variations in patterns found on each flower on one bush. The range of colors found in the 'Lady Vansittart' Camellia japonica will attract the attention of butterflies, bumblebees, and best buddies. The glossy evergreen leaves of the 'Lady Vansittart' Camellia shrub curl at the end and have minor serrations which are similar to some holly.

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The 'Lady Vansittart' Camellia plant is slow growing with a medium sized bloom. Plant yours in shade or partial shade and fertilize once a year beginning the second year after transplanting. Like all Camellia japonica varieties, the 'Lady Vansittart' flower falls at once as a single unit instead of one petal at a time. An evergreen 'Lady Vansittart' Camellia japonica plant will make a great centerpiece in your yard among other evergreens.

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5 of 5 Great May 8, 2014
Reviewer: Matt Burkhalter from Smyrna, GA United States  
These came bare-root as mentioned in the shipping description, and that's new to me. However, after reading the simple instructions that came with the plant, and doing a little online research, it was easy. The plants seem to be acclimating well with regular watering.

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