During these dark days, Camellia x vernalis ‘Yuletide’ bursts forth
with bright Christmas-red flowers from December through January.
|Camellia × vernalis ‘Yuletide’ Christmas camellia
The end of year holidays often raise our spirits but our weather is typically gray and wet. During these dark days, Camellia x vernalis
‘Yuletide’ bursts forth with bright Christmas-red flowers from December through January. Because only a few flowers open
at a time,seasonal frost will not dampen the show. ‘Yuletide’ grows with a distinctive upright, compact habit. It lends itself to more formal
surroundings and can be sheared into dense hedges or trained as an espalier with great success.
'Yuletide' is an abundant bloomer, bearing single flowers in crimson with gold stamens. Slow growing, upright to spreading shrub or
small tree with age. Oval, glossy, leaves and profuse winter to spring blooming flowers in milder climates. A true heritage plant, and
favorite of Southern gardens. Numerous cultivars available with every imaginable shade of pink, red, white and combination of available.
Camellias must have acidic, well-drained soil and be planted high (trunk base is well above the soil line) in a protected climate, free from
extended heavy freezes. Mulch to keep roots cool.
Height: 8 ft. to 10 ft.
Width: 6 ft. to 8 ft.
Hardy in zones 7 to 9
|‘Yuletide’ Christmas camellia
Large 3 gallon size
3gal. buy 1 tree @ $52.95
2 or more @ $34.32 ea. 35% off
|Yuletide Camellia has many uses. As a shrub,
it can be used as a specimen or in straight or
curved rows to form attractive, evergreen
hedges and screens. It can also be "limbed up"
to form a very attractive small tree placed in
small groupings or as a focal point specimen. It
is perfect for use as espalier: trained to grow
flat against a wall.
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|Makes a Great Christmas Gift that is not soon forgotten!
|During these dark days, Camellia x vernalis ‘Yuletide’ bursts forth with
bright Christmas-red flowers from December through January.