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kcmarcey's CAMELLIA JAPONICA 'Koto-No-Kaori' x 1 Blooming

Plant: Japanese Camellia (Camellia japonica) | Variety: Koto-No-Kaori

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Deep pink miniature single. Very long flowering. Well scented. Fast spreading growth suitable to espalier.

In 2008, this was a beautiful mature bush purchased and planted in the spring while blooming. In 2009, it was warm in February and it’s pink blooms were burnt by a cold flash and its leaves had black spots on it. Now in 2010, after 4 snowfalls in February, and warmth in March, it is blooming prolificly. I did spray it for black spots. As a result the bug or mold has been arrested.


Planting Data

Japanese Camellia (184)
Koto-No-Kaori (1)



  • 09 Feb 2013

    Blooming day 1795

    A dependable February bloomer.

  • 12 Mar 2008

    Purchased day 0

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