New plants should be watered thoroughly once a week during dry spells. Established plants require less watering except in times of prolonged droughts. Sprinkling of the foliage, however, on hot summer evenings is beneficial to plant and flower bud development. Also be certain the plants do not dry out during or cold and dry winters. Spray water on the plants only when the temperature is above freezing.

Camellia Care Index . Planting . Mulching . Watering . Fertilizing
Pruning . Spraying . Gibberellic Acid . Winter Protection