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Japanese Camellia 'Betty sette'

Camellia japonica

Betty sette is a variety of Japanese Camellia which is a member of the Camellia family. Its botanical name is Camellia japonica 'Betty sette'. It grows mainly as a Perennial, which means it typically grows best over a long period (from 3 years+). Betty sette has a shrub-like growing habit.

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How to grow Japanese Camellia 'Betty sette'

Growing Betty sette from seed

Transplanting Betty sette

Harvesting Betty sette

Japanese Camellia 'Betty sette' information

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