Camellia japonica ‘Lady Laura’

('Lady Laura', Camellia)


$39.99


Hardiness Zones:

 7a  7b  8a  8b  9a  9b

Quick Overview:

‘Lady Laura’ has lustrous dark green leaves with large(4 to 5 inch) pink and rose variegated flowers. The flower form varies from peony form double to rose double. Mid season C. japonica bloomer.

Description

Camellia japonica and most of its cultivars are considered to be winter hardy to USDA Zones 7-9. Even where winter hardy, unusually cold temperatures in winter (below 10 degrees F), particularly when occurring as a sudden temperature change, can damage or sometimes kill these plants.

Where winter hardy, Camellia japonica should be grown in moist, acidic (5.5 to 6.5 pH), loose, organically rich, well-drained soils in part shade. Consistent and even moisture is important. Avoid wet soils. Plants require protection from direct afternoon sun and wind. Best location may be sun-dappled part shade. Best with a root mulch. Near the northern parts of their growing range, plants should be sited in sheltered and protected microclimates such as near the south side of a home or building. Burlap wraps are sometimes helpful. Plants generally dislike changes in temperature, irregular watering or being moved. Even a change in humidity can cause plants to drop buds. Fertilize monthly in spring and summer. If desired, remove all but one bud from each cluster to increase the size of the flower. Prune immediately after flowering.

Additional information

Common Name

'Lady Laura', Camellia

Botanical Name

Camellia japonica 'Lady Laura'

Container/Amount

7 gallon

Evergreen or Deciduous

Evergreen

Hardiness Zone

7a, 7b, 8a, 8b, 9a, 9b

Growth Rate

Average

Light Requirements

Part-shade, Part-sun, Shade

Height

10 ft.

Width

8 ft.

Soil Condition

Well-drained

Water Needs

Average

Blooming Period

March – April

Flower Color

pink

Fragrance

No

Foliage Color

green

Deer Resistant

No

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