Camellia ‘High Fragrance’, a hybrid of Camellia lutchuensis, is a pale pink large semi-double flowered Camellia that is fragrant, and the flowers resemble peonies. The leaves are glossy green. Camellias are native to eastern and southern Asia. Camellia genus was named after a Jesuit missionary Georg Kamel and is part of the Theaceae family of plants.
Camellia ‘High Fragrance’ is a winter flowering hybrid probably December to March depending on the climate and the season. Plant it in partial shade with filtered sun. It can grow up to 8′ feet tall and a vigorous grower. Use woodland or acidic soil for Camellias and position away from dry winds or morning sunlight, generally well sheltered filtered sun is ideal. You can propagate from cuttings.