Autumn is camellia season, and the sasanqua camellias are blooming everywhere at this time of year.  Camellias are a great screening hedge plant, and also look great in your garden as a specimen plant.  An evergreen shrub and small tree, they are covered in colourful blooms from early autumn through to winter.

A very special camellia is the Sweet Jane Camellia which flowers for 5 – 6 months of the year.  It is the longest flowering camellia, and is great as a hedging plant, screen or feature plant.

The Camellia sasanqua ‘Snow’ is the first white groundcover ever available.  It has a mass of blooms that start the season double white in early autumn, with late blooms in winter picking up a hint of pink.

For ideas on how to use camellias as a hedge click on the link to watch a short video on the Wyee Nursery youtube channel.

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April 2013 Newsletter