Now or wait until spring?
Hi all. I posted this on the Camellia forum, but know and trust all of you, so...
A neighbor gave me a one gallon pot Camellia sasanqua "Our Linda" last night. I brought it inside when I got home since we were supposed to get temps in the mid-30s overnight. Sadly, no snow in the forecast here. Anyway, I have read here that I can plant until the ground freezes, but I have also read that may not be so true with evergreens. So, should I plant and mulch, keep inside until spring, or keep in garage until spring?
I do want to give it the best chance-the neighbor is 86 years old and we take her out to dinner every week, so this was a thank you. I would love to be able to have her see 'her' camellia in bloom next fall!