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Common name:
Camellia Species Single
Regional name:
Shrubs, Trees

Camellia species are popular ornamental plants native to Asia and Southeast Asia, with some species also found in Australia and the Pacific Islands. They are members of the tea family, Theaceae, and are known for their beautiful, long-lasting blooms in shades of pink, red, white, and yellow.

There are several species of Camellia, including:

  • Camellia japonica (Japanese Camellia)
  • Camellia sasanqua (Sasanqua Camellia)
  • Camellia sinensis (Tea Camellia)


Camellia species prefer moist, well-drained soil with a slightly acidic pH (5.5-6.5). They grow best in partial to full shade, with protection from hot afternoon sun. These plants grow slowly and can reach a height of 6-15 feet tall and a spread of 4-10 feet wide.


Camellias are relatively low-maintenance plants, but they do need proper care to thrive. Here are some tips for growing healthy Camellia plants:

  • Watering: Camellias need consistent moisture, but not too much. Water the plants deeply once a week during the growing season and twice a week during periods of drought.

  • Fertilizing: Camellias benefit from regular fertilization, especially during the growing season. Use an acid-based fertilizer and follow the instructions on the label.

  • Pruning: Prune your Camellia plant after it blooms to shape it and remove any dead or damaged growth.

  • Pest control: Camellias are susceptible to pests such as scale insects, mites, and aphids. Keep an eye out for these pests and treat them promptly if you see them.


  • Ornamental: Camellias are prized for their beautiful, long-lasting blooms and shiny, dark green leaves. They make excellent ornamental plants for gardens, parks, and landscapes.

  • Medicinal: The leaves and flowers of some Camellia species have been used for medicinal purposes for centuries. Camellia sinensis, for example, is the source of tea and is used for its health benefits such as reducing stress, boosting the immune system, and improving heart health.

  • Wildlife habitat: Camellias provide shelter and food for wildlife, such as birds and butterflies. They also attract beneficial insects, such as pollinators, to your garden.

Overall, Camellia species are versatile, low-maintenance plants that are perfect for any garden. With proper care, they will provide you with years of beauty and enjoyment.