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Camellia Japonica Comte De Gomer

Camellia Japonica Comte De Gomer
Camellia Japonica Comte De Gomer shrub.
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Height Excluding Pot:
20-40cm (0ft 7-1ft 3)

Pot size: 4 Litres
Plant ID: 7408 28
Was £45.00
30% Off - Now £31.50
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Height Excluding Pot:
90-110cm (2ft 11-3ft 7)

Plant shape: Bush
Pot size: 12 Litres
Plant ID: 1323 64
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Camellia Japonica Comte De Gomer

This image displays plant 90-110 cm tall.

Height Excluding Pot:
2ft 11-3ft 7

Plant shape: Bush

Pot size: 12 Litres

Was £120.00
30% Off - Now £84.00
Quantity:
Was £120.00
30% Off - Now £84.00
PRE-ORDER
Pay to pre-order this plant for delivery estimated by 10.10.2019
Quantity:

Camellia japonica Comte De Gomer

This evergreen shrub is one of the most interesting varieties of camelia thanks to its most unusual flower, with variation of red and white colour. Camellia Japonica Comte De Gomer has deep, green glossy leaves and in ideal conditions it grows up to 1.8 metres high with a  1.5 metre spread.

Planted in mixed borders, Camellia Japonica Comte De Gomer will add a lot of interest to the garden especially in early spring. Mixing Comte De Gomer with other Camellia varieties (we have a wide range) will create a very impressive effect. As with camellias generally, it works well in containers.

Height and density makes Comte De Gomer a good alternative for an evergreen hedge.

Camellias prefer acidic, moist, well-draining soil and prefer to be planted in full shade or partial shade.  

When planted in container it should be fertilized with slow released, ericaceous plant food.


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