Camellia ‘Volunteer’ – Various pot sizes
Camellia Volunteer is a medium, dense, upright, large shrub with glossy, dark green, oval leaves. In winter the plant is covered in large, variegated, ruffled flowers that open to deep rich pink with white edges and deepens to a dark pink-red and white through the season. Occasionally plain dark pink flowers will appear. Use in cottage gardens, general landscaping or as a screen. Camellias require rich, moist, well-drained soils. Camellia Volunteer does not grow well in clay or alkaline soils. Moderate water requirements once established. Keep moist during the warmer months. Do not spray water on the foliage when temperatures are above 25 degrees as it will burn the leaves.
Position: Part shade
Potted into larger containers