Camellia japonica 'Mrs. Charles Cobb' (Mrs. Charles Cobb Camellia)

Height: 8-10 feet
Spread: 8-10 feet
Light: Part sun to part shade. Best in morning sun and afternoon shade.
Soil: Amended, moist but well-drained soil. Mulch well in winter.
Description: First described at Magnolia Gardens in Charleston, SC in the early 1900s. Evergreen shrub with an upright, dense, spreading habit and large, dark green, foliage. Large, double, loose peony form, crimson-bronze flowers cover the plant in late winter into spring. One of the darkest red camellias available. Suitable for screening and foundation planting.


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