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Pink Stella™ Camellia (Sasanqua)

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About Pink Stella™ Camellia (Sasanqua)

When autumn rolls around and the summer landscape is preparing for a long winter, the Pink Stella™ Camellia from the Southern Living Plant Collection puts on an unbelievable show to remind us that nature is always alive and kicking. A symphony of soft pink semi-double flowers appear in multitudes as this Camellia proves that breathtaking blossoms aren’t just for Spring and Summer. One of the earliest fall bloomers, this gorgeous bush is excellent as a specimen, medium-sized hedge, accent, or container plant. In order to keep your Stella as happy and healthy as possible, we recommend planting this Camellia in rich, well-drained garden soil and fertilizing it yearly in Spring.

How to Space Your Pink Stella Camellia

For a seamless planting, plant your Pink Stella Camellia 5 feet apart. Alternatively, space them 9+ feet apart for gaps between plants.

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Common Name
Pink Stella™ Camellia (Sasanqua)
Scientific Name
Camellia sasanqua 'Dixie'
Zones
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Average Size
6-8'H x 6-8'W
Bloom Season
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2 reviews for Pink Stella™ Camellia (Sasanqua)

  1. Howard Smith (verified owner)

    Planted Pink Stella Sasanqua Dixie in November, zone 9b and got 3 beautiful blooms in the first couple of weeks. Good sized plant, doing well in mostly shade.

  2. David J Fuller

    Does really well in shade with little direct sun. Full of blooms the following season after planting.

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