Details[ Size: 1 gallon pot ]
Camellias, especially most varieties of C. japonica, can tolerate surprisingly low temperatures in winter, particularly if they are sheltered from cold winds during relatively short spells of 3 or 4 days of below freezing conditions and have had a chance to become dormant. If stimulated into late autumn growth these tender shoots will suffer from freezing, and will lose their leaves and die. Product photos are for illustrative purposes only. Send plants and hand crafted flower arrangements online from Plantshed.com and get free flower delivery for orders over $100.
NOTE: Delivered in growers pots. If you would like these planted for you, please contact us at 212-662-4400. Many of our plants are readily available, but due to the nature of the season, some orders may take 24-36 hours to process.
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Plants Outdoor Collection Flowers Water Change vase water every other day (add flower food to the new water if available). All should be submerged.
If your flowers came in a basket or other container with foam, add fresh water every day.
Flowers Light/Temperature Display your bouquet or flower arrangement in a cool, draft-free area.
Avoid direct sunlight, which causes the flowers to die more quickly.
Flowers Pruning Immediately remove dead or wilting leaves and stems.
Recut your flower and foliage stems just before putting them back into new water.