Will Camellias grow well in Southwest Florida? - Knowledgebase Question

Cape Coral, FL
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Question by marieschal
October 28, 2006
Will Camellias grow well in Southwest Florida?

Answer from NGA
October 28, 2006
Camellias should be able to make it in your area if you can mix 6 inches of peat moss deeply into the soil and plant the camellia in a bright shade location. Try to find a spot with at least afternoon shade. Keep the soil moist and fertilize periodically with a plant food for acid loving plants.

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