Material usesThere are no material uses listed for Camellia biflora.
Medicinal uses(Warning!)There are no medicinal uses listed for Camellia biflora.
Cuttings of almost ripe wood, 10 - 15cm with a heel, August/September in a shaded frame. High percentage but slow. Cuttings of firm wood, 7 - 10cm with a heel, end of June in a frame. Keep in a cool greenhouse for the first year.Leaf-bud cuttings, July/August in a frame.
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Prefers a woodland soil but thrives in a warm open well-drained loam if leafmould is added. A calcifuge plant, preferring a pH between 5 and 7. Prefers the partial shade of a light woodland. Prefers a wet summer and a cool but not very frosty dry winter.Plants are not very self-compatible, self-fertilized flowers produce few seeds and these are of low viability.
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