Camellia japonica Spring Festival


Evergreen Shrub with lilac-pink flowers.

Supplied in 3L pot.
Plant height: 50-60cm approx.

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Camellia japonica Spring Festival

Camellia japonica ‘Spring Festival’ is a charming evergreen shrub – one of the Californian Camellias. This variety of Camellia japonica is distinguished by its profusion of beautiful pale lilac-pink flowers that bloom in early to late spring, adding a touch of subtle, pastel elegance to the garden landscape. The flowers of ‘Spring Festival’ are characterized by their intricate, layered petals and a soft, romantic colouration, creating a visually pleasing contrast with the glossy, dark green foliage.

Spring Festival typically blooms during early to late spring, depending on the climate and growing conditions. Like other camellias, it requires well-drained, acidic soil and benefits from partial shade to protect it from hot, direct sunlight. Regular pruning, if needed, can help maintain its shape and size.

Name: Camellia japonica ‘Spring Festival’

Approx. Height and spread: 1.8M x 1.2M

Position: Full sun – part shade – shade.

Soil Ph: Acid, Neutral.

Moisture: Well drained. Moist, but well drained.

Hardiness: Hardy.

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Camellia japonica Spring Festival is an evergreen shrub with pale lilac-pink flowers in early to late spring. It wil grow well in Ireland.Camellia japonica Spring Festival

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