Shiro Chan Camellia
Camellia japonica 'Shiro Chan'
Shiro Chan is a snow-white sport of C.M. Wilson. It is a large to very large camellia, registered by Toichi Domoto of the US in 1953. Its white opacity is tempered by pale-yellow anthers and a basal flush of pink as the blooms open.
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|Foliage Type||Broadleaf evergreen|
|Height||4' - 6'|
|Spread||4' - 8'|
|Primary foliage Color||Green, dark, glossy|
|Seasonal foliage Color|
|Flower Color||White, pinkish tinge|
|Growth Rate||Slow to moderate|
|Sun Preferences||Shade to partial shade|
|Water Preferences||AVERAGE: Well-drained soil|
|Cold Hardiness Zone||7 to 9|