The Q&A Archives: Camellia sasanqua flowering

Question: Hello, I am a Master Gardening student in Greater Greenville Masters Gardeners. We received a question from a home gardener asking about how long it would take for a sasanqua seedling to bloom. I have not been able to find a reference on the time to flower. Do you know of any references or how long it would take to flower?

Thank you

Ron Adams

Answer: I did a little searching and came up with a 3 to 5 year time span. This of course assumes optimum care and also a seedling that is a good bloomer. Here is the article.

I hope this helps!

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