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I am looking at planting a hedge in particular a Hedge Camellia (pref fast growing). We live in a place that does recieve full to part sun, but is windy at times. The soil is clay will be trying to improve the soil before planting. What would be the best type of Hedge Camellia to plant here and how far apart will they need to be? I have had a quick look and wonder is Camellia Paradise Belinda is the right option. Any help would be appreciated.

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Camellias make beautiful hedges, however you do need to make sure their soil conditions are correct. They do not like clay so you must modify the soil or created a raised garden bed for them with good soil. Ideally they like slightly acid, free-draining soil that is rich in humus. The varieties I would suggest are C. ‘Early Pearly’ or ‘Setsugekka’, both white flowering or ‘Anticipation’ is a nice pink flowering variety. Do not mix varieties, stick to one uniform variety.

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