Camellia leaves coppery color but blooming
I have a Camellia (not sure which variety) planted on the east side of my house for a year and a half now. It is about 3 feet high now. It was healthy all last spring, summer, and fall, and has bloomed both springs. Since it did well for one whole summer, I'm assuming that it doesn't get too much sun.
During this past winter, it seeems to have turned brownish, but produced many blooms (they are just opening well now). The plant looks like hell, but still appears to be ok. Did cold weather do this, or what? It hasn't dropped any leaves, but they still are coppery brown. I'm hoping that it will start making new ones soon.