|Height||1.5 - 3m|
|Sun exposure||Full sun (well watered) or part shade|
|Soil type||Most well-drained moist soil|
|Flower colour||White semi-double|
|Bloom time||Winter - Spring|
Camellia Japonica "Cinnamon Cindy" is a Camellia that can handle morning sun, full sun or part shade. With its fragrant miniature pale pink flowers fading to white, the bush is a mass of dainty double blooms from mid-Winter through to Spring.
Cindy's require regular watering until established, then are drought tolerant.
Cindy's can also be potted, used as scattered plants or trained for a topiary or espaliered display. This camellia can also be clipped to form a hedge or screen.
A charming way of using the flowers is placing them in a water bowl or birdbath.
Planting: Cultivate soil before planting. Dig hole twice the width of the container. Remove plant from container and place into the hole so that soil level is the same as the surrounding ground. Fill hole firmly and water in even if the soil is moist.
Care: Always ensure regular watering is provided for your new plants. The plants may need watering for around 12 weeks or until they are established depending on time of year and weather conditions once planted.
Good mulching will assist to reduce weeds and maintain moisture levels. Maintain fresh growth, shape and promote dense habit by pruning after main flowering time. Feed in early Spring with a good Camellia food fertiliser.
Using tubestock is a great advantage for planting in your garden as they will establish quickly with the appropriate care.
Plants are supplied as tubestock in 42mm wide pots. Your plant will be established in its pot and ready to plant out.