Camellia ‘High Fragrance’ is a hybrid of Camellia lutchuensis. The flower is pale pink. It is a large semi-double flowering Camellia. The flower is fragrant, and resemble peony flowers. The leaves are glossy green. Camellias are native to eastern and southern Asia. Camellia genus was named after a Jesuit missionary Georg Kamel. Camellia ‘High Fragrance’ is part of the Theaceae family of plants.
Camellia ‘High Fragrance’ is a winter flowering hybrid. It flowers from December to March depending on the climate.
Grow 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 them away from dry winds or morning sunlight. Generally, a well sheltered filtered sun is ideal for planting Camellias. You can propagate Camellia ‘High Fragrance’ from cuttings.
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