Camellia × williamsii 'Debbie'

3 litre pot £34.99
available to order from late summer
Quantity 1 Plus Minus
Buy Camellia × williamsii 'Debbie' camellia: Neat, rose pink flowers in spring

    • Position: partial shade (but not east-facing)
    • Soil: moist but well-drained, humus-rich, acid soil (or ericaceous compost for container-grown specimens)
    • Rate of growth: fast-growing
    • Flowering period: April to May
    • Hardiness: fully hardy

      A very free-flowering camellia that produces large, peony-form, rose-pink blooms for several weeks from April. This vigorous, evergreen shrub is particularly resistant to cold weather and is perfect for training against a north-facing wall or fence. The faded blooms drop cleanly when they are spent. This variety is highly recommended by the Royal Horticultural Society.

    • Garden care: To prevent damage to the emerging buds and flowers protect from cold, dry winds and early morning sun. Water established plants in dry weather to prevent bud drop. Apply a balanced liquid fertiliser in mid-spring and again in June. Top-dress annually with shredded bark or well-rotted leaf mould. After flowering lightly trim or prune any branches that spoil the appearance of the plant.

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Another one added to my collection. Sitting proudly in a large planter with big fat buds waiting to open.

Potty about St.Bernards



A lovely Camellia


A really well grown healthy plant arrived with several flower buds.






It come in perfect condition, planted in autumn and waited. Flowered beautifully. Really healthly on arrival and remained that way all year. Would recommend.




Your plants are very good.


The camellia sits on the front door step, looking beautiful this yeartime of year with many bursting buds. It is healthy plant nad has grown well during the year.

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I have this on order and intend to use an ericaceous compost in a terracotta pot 40cm high x 45cm wide. Can the Camellia be planted into this immediately or should it be grown in a smaller pot and then moved gradually into this pot? Thanks

Mr. Gulliver

Hello there Ideally they say you should pot up in stages but the pot you are describing isn't that large, and this is quite a fast growing camellia so I would pot up directly into this one.

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