Answer: Plant your camellia as soon as possible. As long as the ground isn't frozen, you should be able to plant it - just shovel the snow away, plant, then water it well. Camellia's don't make happy houseplants so don't take it indoors. An alternative, if you cannot plant it in its permanent spot immediately, you can sink the nursery pot into the ground for the winter and then plant it in the spring. Western exposure should be just fine for your plant. Enjoy!
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