The Camellia Japonica: a species of small trees or showy evergreen shrubs known for their glossy coriaceous leaves and for their lovely flowers, which normally appear in the dullest season of the year – mid-autumn to the end of winter, lasting well into springtime. Camellias require soil or compost rich in humus, damp but well-drained and acidic. Their position is crucial and must be shelteed from ice, wind and full sun.
Caroline from Cheshire East bought one of these 5 hours 34 mins ago
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