Hardy in most places throughout the UK even in severe winters -15° to -10°
Sunlight : Full Sun / Part ShadeSoil : AcidSeason of interest : Spring - Winter
Origin.- japonica x lutchuensis – Species: non reticulata hybrid
An attractive little Camellia that has beautiful, pale pink, scented flowers that are in a miniature peony form. Glossy green foliage offsets the flowers well. A slow grower with a compact habit making it ideal for container growing.
2020 – First flowers at the beginning of April. Always as disappointing in season. Well watered in summer… just to see.
2019 – First flowers at the end of March. Still disappointing this season.
2018- Covered with buds mid February. In bloom at the end of March. A little disappointing.
2017- Covered with buds mid February but some are already starting to fall. In bloom late March-early April.
2016 – First flower at the beginning of March. March 23rd: 3 flowers only! Really starts to bloom at the end of March. All in bloom early April. But flowers not badly “rusty”. Finally quite disappointing. In bud in November.
2015 – First flower on March 12. Transplanted to the Mixed border Southeast in mid-May. In bud in November.
2014- Transplanted in the fall under the pergola, makes a lot of flower buds, which remain as buds all autumn and winter …
Planted in the old hedge, has vegetated for several years.