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These three varieties of Camellia trees have been trained to have multi-stems with a vigorous bushy crown and are just covered in buds and blooms. There are three of our most popular varieties to choose from – the delicate cream and pink tinged blossoms of Camellia Japonica Nuccio’s Pearl

Camellia Offer - Camellia Japonica Nuccios Pearl £400 off
Camellia Japonica Nuccios Pearl

The striking  deep crimson blooms of Camellia Japonica Dr Burnside, this variety has very prolific buds and flowers. Camellia trees take time  to train to this shape, these trees are quite mature specimens. Camellias are relatively slow growing, these multi-stem trees can be kept in a container but will need regular feeding with a reputable Camellia feed (for ericaceous soil)

Camellia Japonica Dr Burnside Offer, buy online UK delivery
Camellia Japonica Dr Burnside mature specimens

Finally, the delicate creamy tones of Camellia Japonica Hagorono, this delightful White flowering Camellia has smaller, double and very profuse flowers, produced on a beautifully shaped multi-stemmed tree. The perfect addition to a white or cream colour scheme with glossy, deep green, evergreen leaves. This variety has been awarded the RHS Award of Garden Merit – a sure sign it will perform well in most UK gardens.

Camellia Offer - Camellia Japonica Hagorono AGM from the RHS
Camellia Offer – Camellia Japonica Hagorono AGM from the RHS

Mother’s Day falls on Sunday 11th March 2018 – any of these stunning Camellias would make a beautiful Mother’s Day gift that will last. Do view our Plants As Gifts section for more plant and shrub ideas.

Please contact our expert team if you’re not sure which plant would suit your garden, we’re on hand to advise you.

Paramount Plants & Gardens Ltd
131 Theobalds Park Road
Crews Hill
London EN2 9BH
Tel: +44 (0)20 8367 8809

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Further reading – Camellia Society UK