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Taylors Perfection Hybrid Camellia

Taylors Perfection Hybrid Camellia

(Theaceae Camellia Japonica Taylors Pink Perfection)

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    Noteworthy Characteristics

    Taylor's Perfection is a hybrid camellia that  that produces an abundance of light pink semi-double that holds each of its petals in their own space. A perfuse bloomer!

    Uses

    Taylor's Perfection useful to create colorful, evergreen hedges or screens. It can also be "limbed up" to form an attractive, small, evergreen tree that can be useful as a focal point specimen. It is perfect for use as espalier: trained to grow flat against a large, open wall.

    Culture

    Camellias prefer a fertile, moist but well-drained, acidic soil. Constantly soggy soil is a slow killer. Your new camellia should not need regular watering after the first year unless there are extended periods of dry weather during summer. Camellias do best in partial shade or filtered sun. Avoid afternoon direct sun

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    More Details...

    USDA Zones:  7-9

     

     

    Species:  Hybrid

    Bloom Color:  Pink

    Bloom Size:  3-4 inch

    Bloom Form:  Semi-Double / Double

    Bloom Season:

    Growth Habit:  Upright, Broad, Rounded, Dense, Compact, Weeping 

    Maintainable Height:  8-12 feet

    Maintainable Width:  5-8 feet

    Light Preferences:  Filtered shade to light sun

    Plant Uses:  Hedge, Buffer, Screen, Small Tree, Landscape Beds, Flowering Shrub Borders, Small Groupings, Specimen, Foundation Plant, Espalier, Large Containers

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