Posted: 13/11/2016 at 14:30
Hi Jet - i'd agree with what the others have said, but I'd also add that if you're leaving the plant in that site, raise it up off the ground on some bricks, or similar, so that it's got enough room to let excess water drain away.
You won't need to water much now, but just keep an eye on it. Anything in a pot near a wall can get dried out as the rain won't always reach it. Evergreens in particular. It shouldn't be in soaking wet soil all the time either though.
It looks pretty healthy apart from a couple of bits and pieces so you'll probably find it will fight off slug and snail damage - they don't tend to bother Camellias much. A few damaged leaves here and there aren't an issue. The vine weevil is more of a nuisance so that's the thing to look out for next year. Potted plants are always more vulnerable.