Camellia 'Lady Campbell' is a relatively compact, yet vigorous Camellia that has a lovely bushy habit. It can reach an ultimate height of up to 200cms.
Between March and May, the rose-red flowers appear. These measure up to 10cm in diameter and contrast beautifully with the glossy green foliage. The blooms are semi-double flowers and they are produced in profusion.
Large, semi-double, rose-red flowers. March to May. Ht.1.7mt.(5.5ft.). Grow in sun or part shade and moist, fertile, well-drained, acidic soil. Good for containers.
Compact and vigorous, Camellia Lady Campbell is an eye-catching Japanese shrub with an upright, bushy habit which can grow up to 2m tall. Lady Campbell produces masses of medium-sized, bright red, rose-form flowers up to 3-4 inches (7-10cm) in diameter from April-May. The blooms contrast beautifully with the evergreen foliage of oval, glossy, dark green leaves. Excellent for adding to mixed shrub borders, as hedging or even for growing in large containers
Sold in a 13cm pot, the shrub is approximately 35cm in height.