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Camellia sources

Posted by NJG55 none (My Page) on
Sun, Feb 27, 11 at 18:41

I saw several varieties of camellias at the Southeastern Flower Show that I would consider adding to my garden, specifically Professor Charles S. Sargent and Black Tie. There was a third, a variegated variety, but I can't read my handwriting. Anyway, can anyone recommend local sources for these specific varieties, if possible in Gwinnett County?

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RE: Camellia sources

Scottsdale farms in Alpharetta lists these two:
Camellia, Professor Sargent
Camellia, Professor Sargent Espalier 7g

Not sure if that is exactly the one you're wanting. They has some beautiful varieties last time I was there (last spring). They aren't cheap, but have good selection for the area.


Here is a link that might be useful: Scottsdale Farms

RE: Camellia sources

Last year I bought few from Pikes in Roswell. This year they have a good variety, am not sure they carry these though - have not checked, just enjoyed the beauty and color.
Scottsdale Farm is a great place - I am planning on visiting them next week.

RE: Camellia sources

Straight line landscapes. they are a landscape company/ nursery

RE: Camellia sources

Camellia Forest Nursery (link below):

Here is a link that might be useful: Camellia Forest Nursery

RE: Camellia sources

I saw Camellia Professor Sargent in Roswell's Pikes yesterday.

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