The Camellia Gardener Blog — ornamental Camellias

In The Garden - November

Ornamental Camellias

In The Garden - November

November brings cooler weather, the orange and yellow leaves of fall, Turkey & Dressing and Camellias!  Many of our fall blooming Camellias are just coming into bloom in the 11th month of the year.  There are a few things you can be doing in your November Camellia Garden! Treat For Tea Scale & Mites Cooler weather is the ideal time to get those pesky insects under control, the biggest being Tea Scale & Mites.  We recommend using a horticultural oil or organic neem oil to treat for scale and mites.  Read More About Insects & Pests Mulch Adding a three-four inch layer of...

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Camellia Petal Blight

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Camellia Petal Blight

You go out to the garden in mid to late winter and low and behold something has happened to your blooms.  They have all turned brown?  Read about Petal Blight and how it affects Camellia blooms.

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Camellia Flower Forms

Ornamental Camellias

Camellia Flower Forms

Do you know what a formal double camellia is?  What about peony form or anemone form?  We will try to simplify the terminology and help you understand the definitions of Camellia flower forms.

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Identifying Camellias

Ornamental Camellias

Identifying Camellias

Read about our helpful tips and tricks when trying to identify Camellias!

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Planting A Living Fence With Camellia Sasanqua

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Planting A Living Fence With Camellia Sasanqua

Your home and garden should be your sanctuary. Sometimes after a long day at work all you want to do is come home and retreat to the privacy of your outdoor garden space. Camellias Sasanqua is one of the best evergreen ornamentals for achieving this goal of privacy but also providing beauty for your garden.

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