Camellia caudata

  • $25.00

This widely distributed species can be found from Zhejiang province in China to Taiwan, Burma and Nepal (where our strain hails from).  The white flowers are about an inch across, bloom late winter into spring and have a slight fragrance. The leaves are long and narrow with variable amounts of small hairs on the undersides and have pubescent petioles. The young stems are also covered with small hairs. This can become a small tree about 20 feet tall. Small seedlings.

Hardy to USDA Zone: 8
Mature size: 15'-20'
Blooms (NC): Feb to Mar

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