Hardy Camlleias for zone 6???

Kirlygirl(z5 NY)November 12, 2005


AND, I am determined to grow them in my area which is a warm 5/cold 6.

I have a great spot where I hope the microclimate will be sufficient.

NOW, all I need to know are some tried/true species and their cultuivars that will be o.k. Spring or fall bloowming, doesn't matter!

Please help!!!

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You might check on Camellia Forest Nursery for their extra hardy varieties, though I've not ordered from them myself, and couldn't give any guarantees as to their quality etc. , though the garden watchdog most likly has some reviews on them. Go to the spot that oleifera hybrids, which are the hardiest ones. Some of the zone 7 ones, might survive in your zone in a very protected area.

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