Don’t Trim Camellias Yet!

by | Jan 19, 2022 | Articles, Newsletters | 0 comments

While it may be tempting, don’t trim your camellias just yet! Camellias bloom in the winter, which means they add some color to your landscape when everything else is looking a little dull. Camellias, like azaleas, are one of those plants that needs to be trimmed at very specific times of the year to avoid cutting off any buds. Trimming these plants at the wrong time can lead to missing out on their beautiful blooms. Trimming should happen around February, but the key is to make sure it has shed all of its blooms first. Once that has happened, don’t wait too long, as they begin to set their buds for the next blooming cycle pretty quickly. Hope this helps and if you guys have any questions about camellias, let us know!  


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