Plants for sale at Massee Lane Gardens

Plants for sale at Massee Lane Gardens

Plants for sale at Massee Lane Gardens

Plant preorder and pick-up can be done
Tuesday - Saturday 10:00 - 4:00 
Sunday 1:00 - 4:00

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

List Updated January 15, 2021

 
Item Name Item Description     On-hand Qty   Active Price
Adrienne Boueres Camellia reticulata     4   38
Amanda Ann Camellia japonica     2   28
Big Daddy Camellia japonica     5   28
Bill Fickling Camellia reticulata     1   38
Borom's Gem Var. Camellia japonica     5   28
Brooke Camellia japonica     1   28
Brooke Var. Camellia japonica     1   28
Bruce Green Camellia japonica     3   28
Buttermint Camellia hybrid     2   28
Buttons'n Bows Camellia hybrid     6   28
Carrie Lou Camellia japonica     2   28
Cherries Jubilee Camellia japonica     4   28
Cheryl Thompson Camellia japonica     6   28
Chief Arnold Camellia japonica     5   28
Cile Mitchell Camellia hybrid     1   28
Cleo Gliddon Arras Camellia japonica     2   28
Cloisonne Camellia japonica     6   28
Danatta Merryday Camellia japonica     5   28
Dianne Dickson Reynolds Camellia japonica     4   28
Doc Glausier Camellia japonica     3   28
Dolly Dyer Camellia japonica     3   28
Dominic Ditomasso Camellia japonica     2   28
Dr. Edward Porubsky Camellia japonica     4   28
Emma J. Mitchell Camellia japonica     5   28
Esther Ann Var. Camellia japonica     5   28
Extravaganza  Camellia japonica     2   28
Fifth Avenue Camellia japonica     2   28
Freedom Bell Camellia hybrid     3   28
George Lumsden Camellia japonica     2   28
Georgia Fire Camellia japonica     4   28
Grape Soda Camellia japonica     1   28
Gunsmoke Camellia japonica     2   28
Holly Bright Camellia japonica     2   28
Jack's Camellia japonica     2   28
John Rumbach Camellia japonica     14   28
Julie Var. Camellia hybrid     2   28
Lady Clare Camellia japonica     7   28
Lily Grace Camellia japonica     2   28
Little Babe Var. Camellia japonica     4   28
Lucille Jernigan Camellia japonica     3   28
Man Size Camellia japonica     1   28
Marie Barnes Camellia japonica     3   28
Mary Agnes Patin Camellia japonica     2   28
Moonlight Bay Camellia japonica     1   28
Mrs. Baldwin Wood Supreme Camellia japonica     4   28
Mrs. Charles Cobb Camellia japonica     3   28
Mrs. DW Davis Camellia japonica     1   28
Mrs. Woodward Hawthorn Camellia japonica     2   28
Nuccio's Bella Rossa Var. Camellia japonica     5   28
Red Devil Camellia japonica     3   28
Red Tulip Camellia japonica     2   28
Rena Campbell Camellia japonica     5   28
Robin Ann Cross Camellia japonica     2   28
Rosalynn Carter Camellia japonica     3   28
Rose Bouquet Camellia hybrid     3   28
Rosemarie Ostberg Camellia japonica     3   28
Royal Velvet Var. Camellia japonica     2   28
Scarlet Ribbons Camellia japonica     1   28
Silver Waves Camellia japonica     1   28
Spring Daze Camellia hybrid     1   28
Spring Festival Camellia hybrid     2   28
Summer Pearl Camellia japonica     5   28
Taylor's Perfection Camellia hybrid     3   28
Tom Knudson Camellia japonica     5   28
Tudor Baby Camellia japonica     2   28
Victory White Camellia japonica     5   28
Wendzalea Camellia hybrid     6   28
Westlake Fragrant Lotus Camellia hybrid     4   28
Whoopee Camellia japonica     3   28
Wynne Rayner Camellia hybrid     2   28
             
             
Companion Plants Species   Qty     Price
             
Daphne Odora Pink Daphne odora, winter daphne, is 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".

 
  4     38
Prostrata Cephalotaxus harringtonii ‘Prostrata’, commonly known as Japanese plum-yew, Harrington's cephalotaxus, or cowtail pine, is a coniferous bush or small tree in the family Taxaceae.


 
  5     19
Massee Lane Tea Olive 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.
 
  7     15