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Perry Camellia Show

Posted by spartacuslives 8b (My Page) on
Sun, Oct 11, 09 at 6:08

The Middle Georgia Camellia Show will be hosting the first Camellia Show of the season in Perry, Georgia as part of the Georgia National Fair On Saturday October 17 & Sunday October 18, 2009. If you are in the area and love camellias, the Perry Show will be a real treat. You can see camellia blooms from some of the best growers in the south.

Here is a link that might be useful: Camellia Web Show Schedule

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RE: Perry Camellia Show

Spartacuslives, Do you know if any of the shows listed will also have camellia plants for sale. I would like to find some venue on that order. Most of the local nurseries only want to sale 3gal or larger size plants. Other that the box stores, Which only handle a few varieties and have to sell those before they restock. Any ideas. Thanks for your help

James Maloy

RE: Perry Camellia Show

I would get on the car and check out some of those well known camellia nurseries in FL, James. NW of Orlando, in Ocala, you can go see Bob Wines Camellia Gardens. Closer to Orlando, visit Erinon Nursery in Plymouth. And not a nursery but worth a trip is Harry P Leu Gardens in Orlando, bordering Lake Rowena and with well over 2000 camellias varieties. I am told it is very nice!

Here is a link that might be useful: Harry P Leu Gardens

RE: Perry Camellia Show

James, There are a number of the shows that do sell plants at there shows. I am not sure if Perry does. You can click on the schedule in the original post, and contact any of the contact people to see which shows have plants for sale. I know that Valdosta, Orlando, & Tampa do have plants for sale, but not sure which others do.There is a contact listing of nurseries that sell camellias on the Camellia Web website. Hope this info helps.

Here is a link that might be useful: Camellia Web Market Place

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