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Debutante Camellia
  • Debutante Camellia
  • Growing Zones: 7-9
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    Mature Height: 15 ft.
    Mature Width: 8 ft.
    Sunlight: Partial Sun
    Blooms: Spring
    Spacing: 5 ft.
    Botanical: Camellia japonica `Debutante
    Cannot Ship to: AZ, TX, TN
    Plant Directions: Sent with Order
    This plant thrives in the green shaded regions above.

    Debutante Camellia

     
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    Giant Blossoms Start in January


    Your Debutante Camellia will burst with vibrant pink blooms in late winter... when all other plants are dormant and dull.

    The generous blooms of the Debutante Camellia are reminiscent of fluffy, pink ballerina tutus. These deliciously-fragrant blossoms take center stage, dancing their way across the luminous green foliage.

    The multi-layered blooms are densely packed with petals and have a strong resemblance to a rose. The cotton candy pink shade of Debutante is truly breathtaking and adds a wonderful pop to jazz up a boring corner.

    These robust evergreens explode with a multitude of color year-round, which is why camellias are so popular in gardens.

    From the vibrant green foliage to the stunning pinks of the blooms, the Debutante Camellia is a breathtaking sight for any gardener.

    You can also use this vibrant evergreen to block unsightly areas such as wells, roads or other homes.

    Easy to grow, the Debutante Camellia is cherished by expert and amateur gardeners alike.

    It is drought-tolerant, low-maintenance, ignored by deer and easy to care for-making it an unbeatable choice for southern gardeners.

     
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