Makes fantastic ground cover, with it's cascading habit, and produces delicate and delightful soft to mid-pink flowers that will last for several months.
Grows 60 x 80cm.
Full sun - shade. Grows best in free draining soil, rich in organic matter.
Dig a hole that is at least twice as wide and twice as deep as the pot it came in. Backfill with a mix of peat, sheep pellets and your topsoil. Carefully remove the pot from your Camellia and gently plant to the same level as it was in your pot. If you’re working with heavier soils, you can also plant into a slight mound to help improve the drainage.
Mulch with Living Earth More than Mulch. Use Kings Slow Release Acid Food every 3 months to keep your plant well fed and healthy. Or for an organic option scatter a handful of Kings Sheep Pellets around the roots and liquid feed every few months with Aquaticus Organic Garden Booster.