Plants for Sale at Massee Lane Gardens!

Plants for Sale at Massee Lane Gardens!

Massee Lane Gardens is temporarily closed. Curbside pickup for plant sales by appointment only.

List Updated July 23, 2020

End of Season Camellia Clearance Sale!

Massee Lane Gardens is offering the remaining camellias and companion plants from the 2019-2020 season for sale at 25 percent off. (No additional discounts.)

  1. To purchase camellias, select the varieties you are interested in from the list below.

  2. Then, call the Massee Lane Gift Shop at (478) 967-2358 Tuesday through Friday between 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. to place your order, and make a credit card payment.

  3. Schedule an appointment (Tuesday through Friday between 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m.) for curbside pickup at Massee Lane Gardens, 100 Massee Lane, Fort Valley, Georgia 31030.

Click here for directions to Massee Lane Gardens.

Most camellia plants are in 3 gallon pots. Varieties marked with an asterisk (*) are in two gallon pots.

Click on the variety names in green to view a bloom photograph and plant information.

Bloom in photo: 'Mrs. Charles Cobb'
Camellia Variety   Species   Quantity   Original Price Sale Price
Cloisonne   Camellia japonica   2   28 21.00
Don-Mac   Camellia japonica   1   28 21.00
Nina Avery   Camellia japonica   2   28 21.00

Companion Plants

Massee Lane Tea Olive
Osmanthus fragrans 'Massee Lane' +

+ Osmanthus fragrans 'Massee Lane'
Propagated from plants at Massee Lane Gardens, headquarters of the American Camellia Society. Very fragrant blooms at least 7 months of the year, from Fall to Spring.

~ Daphne odora (winter daphne)
A species of flowering plant in the family Thymelaeaceae, native to China, later spread to Japan and Korea. It is an evergreen shrub, grown for its very fragrant, fleshy, pale-pink, tubular flowers, each with 4 spreading lobes, and for its glossy foliage. It rarely fruits, producing red berries after flowering.

The Latin specific epithet odora means "fragrant".

It grows best in fertile, slightly acid, peaty, well-drained soils. It grows in full sun or partial shade, and is hardy to −10 °C (14 °F), possibly lower. In Korea, the plant is also poetically called "churihyang" – a thousand-mile scent – referring to the fragrance of the foliage. In Japan, the plant is more commonly known as "jinchoge".


Plants for Sale at Massee Lane Gardens!