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Camellia japonica 'Kujaku Tsubaki'

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Todd Lista

Peacock Camellia

Two species of Camellia are commonly grown in American gardens. They are Camellia japonica and Camellia sasanqua. There are countless varieties of each. This is an unusual selection of Camellia japonica with rather tubular red flowers, long narrow leaves often "fish tailed" at the tips, and a semi-weeping growth habit. Grown perhaps more for its foliage and habit than for its flower. Foliage sugestive of a willow or peach. Camellia japonica is native to Japan.

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Height
10-12 Feet

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Spread
6-8 Feet

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USDA Hardiness Zone 7-9

Characteristics & Attributes

Attributes
Evergreen
Growth Rate in the Garden
Slow
Soil Properties
Well-drained
Sun Requirements
Part Shade