WELCOME TO THE CHS HORT CAMELLIA SALE!

Pick up for this sale will be FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19th.

If there is a certain variety of camellia that you are looking for and is not listed below, please contact Debbie Davis by email ddavis@chashortsoc.org, she will let you know if she can get it for you.

Camellias are long-lived trees and shrubs that provide year-round glossy-green foliage and cool-season flowers. Cultivars of Camellia japonica (Japonicas) and Camellia sasanqua (Sasanquas) are the most grown types of camellias.

While they will do fine if left alone, camellias will truly thrive when provided with appropriate growing conditions, timed pruning and fertilizing, and good garden hygiene.

For more care information, visit our Camellia Overview page HERE, or if you want more in-depth information, please join our Camellia 101 virtual workshop with Mark Crawford, the grower for this sale on Thursday, January 21 at 6:30pm.   Register HERE.

HOW TO ORDER:

While we encourage online orders, if you are having difficulties please call us at 843.579.9922 and we will get you the plants you need! 

1. Click on the photo of the plant that you are interested in purchasing which will take you to an order page just for that plant. 

2. Select the numerical amount of the plant you would like to order in the grey box.

3. Click ‘Add to cart’

4. If you wish to continue ordering other plants, click the Category: PLANT SALE link directly below the ‘Add to cart’ button. It will return you to the full plant list page. You will need to do this for each purchase until you are finished.

5. Once you have chosen your last plant order, select the ‘VIEW CART’ button at the top of the screen. Here you can review your orders and make any changes. 

6. Once you have reviewed your order and finished *, click the Proceed to checkout button at the bottom of the page. Follow all of the check out steps to complete your order. 

*if you decide you want to delete a plant from your order, click on the pink x on the far left hand side of the screen. 

 

PICK UP
Curbside pick up for these orders will be Friday, February 19 behind our offices at 46 Windermere Blvd. You will receive an email on the Thursday afternoon before pick up informing you of the time frame for pick up.

 

CAMELLIA JAPONICA – NEW ADDITIONS

Camellia japonica: Blooms in early spring when not much else is blooming and adds color to what might otherwise be considered a dreary landscape. Leaves are evergreen, leather like with serrate edges, leaves are 2-3”long. Flowers late winter to early spring (Feb.-April).

Amy Conner, $26

Elizabeth Ann, $26

Katie Northcutt, $26

Wally B, $26

Burgundy Rose, $26

Georgia Fire, $26

Miss Lillian, $26

Wendy Variegated, $26

Cabernet, $26

Jack’s Camellia, $26

Royal Velvet Variegated, $26

Camille Variegated, $26

Joan Holden, $26

Sarah Elizabeth, $26

 

CAMELLIA JAPONICA

Camellia japonica: Blooms in early spring when not much else is blooming and adds color to what might otherwise be considered a dreary landscape. Leaves are evergreen, leather like with serrate edges, leaves are 2-3”long. Flowers late winter to early spring (Feb.-April).

Bessie Battle, $26

Early Autumn, $26

Lillian Gordy, $26

Pink Chiffon, SOLD OUT

Terry Gilley Variegated, $26

Big Daddy, $26

Emmalene, $26

Mary Ann Lawrence, $26

Rena Campbell, SOLD OUT

Tudor Baby SOLD OUT

Clare Tomlinson, $26

Happy Birthday, $26

Mary Edna Curlee, $26

Royal Velvet, $26

Volcano, $26

Cutie Button, $26

Happy Times, SOLD OUT

My Linda, SOLD OUT

Silver Etching, $26

 

CAMELLIA SASANQUA & HYBRIDS:

All plants are 2.5-3 gallons.

Camellia sasanqua: Sasanqua camellias are a drought tolerant fall blooming shrub with open airy habits that work well as an accent plant, hedge, or tall foundation planting.  Leaves are 1-3” long. Leaves are evergreen leather like with round toother or scalloped edge.

Camellia reticulata: is the tallest and has the largest flower in its species.  It is typically grown as a shrub, growing to 12′ in height, however, growth as a tree can reach heights of 50′.

Camellia hybrids:   There are hybrids as well (look for an “X” in the plant name), created by crossing cultivars to achieve different colors, shapes, or desirable characteristics such as cold hardiness or unusual growth habits.

Cam. Hy.: Ack-Scent, $26

Cam. Sas.: Albino, $26

Cam. Hy: Hallstone Spicy, $26

Camellia Handelli, $26

Cam. Ret.: Frank Houser, $35

Cam. Ret.: Miss Sally, $30