Formal Double Camellias

By Debbie Odom
on October 11, 2018
Formal Double Camellias
A Formal Double Camellia is one of the most desirable Camellia forms of the entire Camellia family. They can be a very tightly formed flower or they can be loose formal double, often referred to as a Rose Form Double. Most true formal double flowers don't open to show stamens.

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Add Color To Your Garden With Camellias

By Debbie Odom
on October 11, 2018
Add Color To Your Garden With Camellias
It's no secret that winter can be a difficult season, especially if you don't like cold weather.  Not much blooms during this time but some cold hardy bedding plants. But if you live in the milder climates of zone 8 and 9, winter can be much more than a dreary day for staying inside looking at the pansies in your planters.

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It's October - Your Camellia To Do List

By Debbie Odom
on October 06, 2018
It's October - Your Camellia To Do List
October is the start of Camellia Season in the USA and there are a few things you should be doing now to give you a beautiful Camellia season and healthy camellias!

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Fertilizing Your Camellias

By Debbie Odom
on October 06, 2018
Fertilizing Your Camellias
Nutrients are a very important part of camellia care.  Your camellias will need adequate nutrients throughout their life cycle, and they can’t get it if you don’t give it to them!   Healthy plants grow better and bloom better than nutrient deficient plants.

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Tsubaki Tea™ Plants - Why They Are Different

By Debbie Odom
on October 06, 2018
Tsubaki Tea™ Plants - Why They Are Different
Learn about our brand of tea plants Tsubaki Tea and why we're different from most growers.

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Potting Soil For Camellias & Tea Plants

By Debbie Odom
on October 06, 2018
Potting Soil For Camellias & Tea Plants
To be successful with Camellias in containers, you need to make sure you are giving them the correct environment, and that starts with potting soil.  Learn what type of soil will give you beautiful camellias for years to come.

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Disease & Disorders

By Debbie Odom
on October 02, 2018
Disease & Disorders
Camellias may be the perfect landscape ornamental, but they are not without blemishes.  Here are a few of the issues that can come up with growing your own camellias.

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A Very Special Lady Named Frankie Winn

By Debbie Odom
on October 02, 2018
A Very Special Lady Named Frankie Winn
Some of you may be familiar with the camellia variety known as ‘Frankie Winn’ or the variegated version called ‘Frankie Winn Variegated’. Both are excellent Japonica cultivars that well suited for garden plants as well as for exhibition blooms.

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Camellia & Cold Climates

By Debbie Odom
on October 02, 2018
Rare 10°F With Snow in Georgia on Camellia sinensis
Learn about growing Camellias in colder climates and what you can do to have beautiful camellias like we do in the the south.  You'll read tips from the expert- Dr. William Ackerman who developed many cold-tolerant Camellias.

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Insects & Pests

By Debbie Odom
on October 02, 2018
Aphids on Camellia hybrid 'Spring Festival'
Read and learn about the insects that can be a trouble for camellias and what you can to do not only treat, but prevent the damage they can cause.

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