camelia - Knowledgebase Question

SAN antonio, Te
Question by lesg1
October 23, 2007
have a camelia about 8ft. when bought was green and full of flowers. going on 2year and it Is slowly dying what can i do to restore and bring back to life.
In a heavy clay pottery 40gal in bright sun outside.

Les G.


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Answer from NGA
October 23, 2007

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It sounds unhappy in its present environment so I'd change things a little. Start by moving it to a more protected spot - morning sun and afternoon shade. Water often enough to keep the soil moist but not soggy wet and feed every 2-3 weeks during the spring, summer and fall with a half-strength solution of liquid fertilizer (Miracid, for instance). Hope this helps!

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