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High Fragrance Camellia Options

Camellias are incredibly desirable plants. With their lovely evergreen foliage and gorgeous colorful blooms that show up in fall and winter, they are truly distinctive. They also tolerate more shade, heat, and drought than a majority of flowering plants. Additionally, they're incredibly easy to grow. Not all camellia bushes have fragrant blooms and some that do are more scented than others. If you are seeking fragrant camellias, read on. Here are our high fragrance camellia options:

 

High Fragrance Camellias

Kramer’s Supreme Camellia

high fragrance camellia - kramer's supreme camellia

Growing Zones: 7 to 10

Mature Size: 6 to 8 feet tall and wide

Sunlight: Part Shade

The Kramer’s Supreme is a high fragrance camellia with a lot to offer the home landscape. The habit of this flowering evergreen is upright, but naturally rounded. The bold red blooms appear in late winter and hang around into spring. These sweetly scented flowers are about 5 inches wide and heavily petaled. Once established, this camellia bush requires little to no maintenance. It makes a beautiful and unique privacy screen.


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Marie Bracey Camellia

Marie Bracey Camellia

Growing Zones: 7 to 9

Mature Size: 6 to 8 feet tall and 6 feet wide

Sunlight: Part Shade

This camellia is an exciting winter bloomer with glossy green leaves. The bright pink flowers are large and pleasantly aromatic. The shape of this evergreen shrub is upright and naturally rounded. The Marie Bracey Camellia is deer, drought, and heat tolerant as well as disease resistant. It looks great in mixed beds and hedges.


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October Magic Inspiration Camellia

October Magic Inspiration Camellia

Growing Zones: 7 to 9

Mature Size: 6 to 8 feet tall and 4 to 5 feet wide

Sunlight: Full Sun to Part Shade

This camellia is from a new series of camellias with amazing features and beautiful blooms. The Inspiration has awesome magenta and white bicolor double blooms in fall and winter. Their scent isn’t overpowering or musky; it is light and sweet. This camellia is extremely hardy. It is tolerant of salt, sun, shade, drought, and heat, and is resistant to disease and deer damage. This October Magic Camellia creates a stunning hedgerow. 


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Shishi Gashira Camellia

Shishi Gashira Camellia

Growing Zones: 7 to 10

Mature Size: 4 to 5 feet tall and 5 to 6 feet wide

Sunlight: Part Shade

The Shishi Gashira is a dwarf camellia with vibrant hot pink semi-double blooms in fall and winter. The scent of these flowers is truly unique with hints of spicy and sweet. This flowering plant is adaptable, versatile, and easy to grow. It makes a great foundation plant because of its small stature, spreading nature, and preference for shade.


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How to Care for High Fragrance Camellias

  • Camellias generally grow in zones 7 to 10. In zones 8 to 10 you can plant throughout the year as long as the ground is digable and you offer plenty of water and shade in summer. Zone 7 should skip winter planting and wait for spring.

  • Most camellias prefer part sun or part shade and fertile, moist, acidic soil. Avoid full sun (unless recommended for your particular camellia) especially in warm climates. These plants can experience sunburn.
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  • Water camellias deeply 2 to 3 times per week when they are newly planted. After 2 to 3 months they will be established and drought tolerant. A nice layer of mulch is a great way to keep the soil moist and reduce watering needs. It also protects the roots and keeps weeds away.

  • Fertilize camellias in early spring before new growth surges. 

  • Camellias should be pruned after flowering has ceased to avoid pruning off any flower buds that become next year’s blooms. 

  • Luckily, camellias are quite tough plants. They are adaptable, deer resistant, and heat, drought, and salt tolerant. They require little, if any, care once they are established. 

Now you’re familiar with our high fragrance camellia options and you know how to care for them. We hope you have found one you love that will fit perfectly into your landscape. Camellias are such amazing plants, scent is just an added bonus. You can’t go wrong with any of our healthy camellia plants. Order one today! Happy planting! 

 

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