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Ask a question now...medium shrubs for frost prone area Toowoomba

we live at Cambooya which is 30ks south and temp can get down to -5 would camillas suit?

Submitted: 09:19AM, 15 Apr 2010
Answer: Hi There,
In frost areas it doesn’t matter what kind of plants you have in the garden, they will be effected by frost one way or another. Camellias can handel the frost but sometimes can spoil the flowers.To help plants survive in frosty areas its a good idea to use a seaweed solution and remeber not to prune until the frosts are over.for plants that are suited to your area its best to visit your local nursery where they will know what plants grow best.
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Answered: 11:12AM, 15 Apr 2010

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