Information About Camellia

Camellias are known for their large and bright flowers that add color to bleak areas of the landscape. In order to get the most of your camellias shrubs, however, it helps to know exactly how to grow camellias and how to treat any issues that may come with growing them. These articles will help with that.

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Yuletide Camellia: How To Grow And Care For Yuletide Camellias

By Tonya Barnett, (Author of FRESHCUTKY)

Learning more about the Yuletide camellia's care can help you decide whether or not this shrub is a good choice for your home landscape.

Indoor Camellia Care – How To Grow A Camellia Houseplant

By Raffaele Di Lallo, Author and founder of Ohio Tropics houseplant care blog

Camellias are normally grown outdoors, but you can grow camellias indoors if you give them proper conditions. Learn more here.

Holes In Camellia Leaves: Controlling Camellia Weevils And Beetles

By Amy Grant

Camellias have gorgeous blooms but their beauty can be significantly marred by holes in camellia leaves. If your camellia plant has holes, it is most likely the result of the camellia vine weevil or cranberry rootworm beetle. Learn how to combat them here.

Camellia Companion Plants – What To Plant With Camellias

By Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden Writer

If you’re wondering about suitable companions for camellias, keep in mind that while color and form are important, so too are growing habits. Many plants play nice with camellias, but others just aren’t compatible. Click here for tips on planting with camellias.

My Camellias Won’t Bloom – Tips For Making Camellias Flower

By Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden Writer

Although camellias are generally reliable bloomers, they can be stubborn at times. It?s frustrating, but sometimes, even healthy camellias won?t bloom. If you?re wondering how to make non-flowering camellia plants bloom, click here for more information.

Camellia Transplanting: Learn How To Transplant A Camellia Bush

By Teo Spengler

If your camellias outgrow their planting sites, you'll want to start thinking about transplanting camellias. Click here for information about camellia transplanting, including tips on how to transplant a camellia and when to move a camellia bush.

Tips On Treating Bud Mites On Camellias

By Teo Spengler

Today's camellias are easy-to-grow evergreen plants, as tough and rugged as they are beautiful. But that doesn't mean that camellia lovers shouldn't prepare for insect pests, like camellia bud mites. Click here for information about mites on camellia plants.

Camellia Container Care: How To Grow A Camellia In A Pot

By Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden Writer

Although camellias can be somewhat picky about their growing conditions, container grown camellias are definitely possible. Learn how to grow a camellia in a pot using the information in the following article. Click here for more info.

Caring For Camellias: Tips On Growing A Camellia Plant

By Teo Spengler

Camellias are dense shrubs with brilliant foliage. The trick to growing a camellia plant without too much effort is to plant it correctly. This article provides information on camellia planting and care. Click here to learn more.

Camellia Leaf Gall Disease – Learn About Leaf Gall On Camellias

By Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban Agriculturist

There is no mistaking leaf gall on camellias. The leaves are most affected, exhibiting twisted, thickened tissue and pinkish-green coloring. What is camellia leaf gall? Read the article that follows to find out more about this problem.

Camellia Cold Damage: Learn About Winter Protection For Camellias

By Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden Writer

Camellia is a tough, durable plant but it isn't always hardy enough to tolerate the deep chill and harsh winds of winter. If your plant looks a little worse for wear by the time spring rolls around, this article should help.

Camellia Fertilizer Info: When And How To Fertilize Camellias

By Jackie Carroll

Giving your camellia the right amount of fertilizer at the proper time makes the difference between a shrub that thrives and one that merely survives. Follow the camellia fertilizer tips and information in this article to grow the best camellias.

Ants On Camellia Flowers: Why Are Camellia Buds Covered With Ants

By Jackie Carroll

When you see ants on camellia buds, you can bet there are aphids nearby. Learn why this is and what can be done about it in this article.

Camellia Plant Buds: Why Are Camellia Flowers Not Opening And Buds Falling Off

By Susan Patterson, Master Gardener

Camellias are known for their large and bright flowers and are a staple in southern gardens, but what happens when your camellia buds drop off? Read this article to find out.

Camellia Plant Problems: How To Fix Sooty Mold On Camellia

By Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban Agriculturist

If you see black spots on your camellia plant leaves, you may have a fungal disease on your hands. Sooty mold is a common fungal issue that affects many types of plants. Learn about black sooty mold control here and save the health and beauty of your camellia.

Identifying And Fixing Problems With Camellias

By Nikki Tilley, Author of The Bulb-o-licious Garden

Even under the best of circumstances, problems with camellias can and do occur. Learning how to identify and fix common camellia problems before they become an issue is the best solution. This article will help.

Growing Camellias: How To Propagate Camellias

By Nikki Tilley, Author of The Bulb-o-licious Garden

How to grow camellias is one thing; how to propagate them is another. Propagation of camellias is usually accomplished through seeds, cuttings or layering, and grafting. This article explains more.

Pruning Camellias: How To Prune A Camellia Plant

By Heather Rhoades

Many gardeners who grow camellia wonder if they should be pruning and how to do this. Camellia pruning is not essential, but it can help. Get more information on pruning camellias in this article.

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