Camellia Care

Feb - Yueltide Camellia

I was so inspired this week, walking through my local nursery and around the wholesale growing grounds surrounded by Camellia plants;  some in full bloom and some with tons of buds  ready to burst free.

Camellias are an amazing winter blooming plant for Southern California, and if you have both shade and space you really should consider having a few of these beauties in your garden.  Camellias begin blooming often as early as December, and will continue on for another two or three months.

Here is a link to a post I wrote How To Care for Camellias, they are surprisingly easy care if you just give them some attention and the right fertilizer.  It’s February so  there is still time to plant a few to brighten up that winter garden.

If you are ready to create the Garden Sanctuary of your dreams think about calling me in to help you design a space, a yard, a garden, or your whole property! I have a great team I’ve put together and I’d love to help you design the garden sanctuary of your dreams! Call me at 661-917-3.521 or visit my website and contact me there.




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