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Camellia Sasanqua Hinode-Gumo Camellia Sasanqua is a species of evergreen camellia native to China and Japan. These camellias form a large shrub or a small tree and generally flower any time from September to January depending on the variety. This species is popular for its profuse flowering habit and attractive glossy evergreen foliage.
Camellia Sasanqua Hinode-Gumo boasts striking large, single white flowers sometimes with blush pink hues at the edges and bright yellow stamens at the centre. A late-flowering variety, this evergreen camellia will produce blossoms in November through to December: the flowers open in quick succession over a period of 4 to 6 weeks when there’s usually little else of interest in the garden.
Height and Spread of Camellia Sasanqua Hinode-Gumo Slow growing, Camellia Sasanqua can be grown as a large shrub or a small tree. Either way, it is suited for smaller gardens. The expected size of this variety after a period of 10 years is 1.5 metres in height.
How Hardy is Camellia Sasanqua Hinode-Gumo? Fully hardy in the United Kingdom, this lovely Camellia Sasanqua will do well in areas with average winters (up to -10 degrees Celsius).
How To Use Camellia Sasanqua Hinode-Gumo Camellias are universally loved for their elegant form and stunning blossoms and it is no different when it comes to Camellia Sasanqua. This cultivar flowers profusely and can be a great specimen for smaller gardens. Alternatively, you can opt for planting Camellia Sasanqua Hinode-Gumo in a mixed shrub border, where the other evergreen shrubs could provide a perfect backdrop for its eye-catching blooms. You can also grow camellias en masse for a breathtaking display of masses of autumn flowers in one place.
How To Care For Camellia Sasanqua Hinode-Gumo While less demanding in terms of pH value than some other camellias, Camellia Sasanqua still needs acidic soil to thrive. If required, use an ericaceous feed to improve the balance and enrich the soil. Choose a sheltered, sunny spot in the garden, such as a south or west-facing wall.