Camelia japonica Bonomiana Norva, also called the Tea Rose, is one of the many species of camellias. It is an evergreen shrub with shiny leathery leaves and large, double pink flowers with a lovely scent. The flowers are often used in bouquets.
The flowering period of camellias is early spring (February/April). The tea rose likes to be placed in a sheltered spot (against wind and bright sun) and needs water regularly.
To ensure that Camelia japonica Bonomiana Nova survives the entire season, we recommend that you cover the plant during severe frost. This will protect the flower buds from the cold. Camellias do better in the ground than in pots.