Plants for sale at Massee Lane Gardens

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. Plants must be purchased at Massee Lane Gardens Tuesday through Saturday from 10:00 to 4:30 and Sundays from 1:00 to 4:30.

Pick-up Only - We do NOT Ship

Massee Lane Gardens remains closed to visitors at this time. However, we are offering camellia plants for sale over the telephone with pre-scheduled curbside pickup.

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

  • 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.

  • 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 2 1/2 gallon pots.

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

List Updated September 25, 2020

 
Item Name   Item Description   On-hand Qty   Active Price
Adalyn   Camellia japonica   3   28
Blue Ridge Sunset   Camellia japonica   5   28
Brooke   Camellia japonica   5   28
Brooke Var.   Camellia japonica   4   28
Buttons'n Bows   Camellia hybrid   4   28
C. M. Gordy   Camellia japonica   4   28
Cheryl Thompson   Camellia japonica   4   28*
Christmas Beauty Var.   Camellia japonica   3   28
Cile Mitchell   Camellia hybrid   5   28
Clare Tomlinson   Camellia japonica   4   28*
Cloisonne   Camellia japonica   1   28
Debutante   Camellia japonica   4   28
Dianne Dickson Reynolds   Camellia japonica   4   28*
Don-Mac   Camellia japonica   1   28
Dr. Mary Burch   Camellia japonica   5   28*
Early Autumn   Camellia japonica   5   28*
Early Autumn Var.   Camellia japonica   5   28
Edna Bass Var.   Camellia japonica   4   28
Jimmy Carter   Camellia japonica   1   28*
John Rumbach   Camellia japonica   5   28*
Katie Wootton   Camellia japonica   4   28
Lady Clare   Camellia japonica   2   28
Lillian Gordy   Camellia japonica   4   28*
Nina Avery   Camellia japonica   2   28
Nuccio's Cameo   Camellia japonica   5   28
October Affair   Camellia japonica   4   28
Rosalynn Carter   Camellia japonica   1   28
Sandra Deal   Camellia japonica   4   28*
Scarlet Ribbons   Camellia japonica   4   28
Silver Waves   Camellia japonica   5   28
Sweetie Pie   Camellia japonica   5   28
Takanini   Camellia japonica   5   28
Tama Glitters   Camellia japonica   5   28
Tama Loch Laurel   Camellia japonica   5   28*
Twinkle Star   Camellia hybrid   13   28*
Wendzalea   Camellia hybrid   10   28*
             
             
             
             
             
           
Companion Plants   Qty Price      
             
Juanita Tangerine - Citrus reticulata 'Juanita' - Discovered in Lake City, South Carolina. It is a remarkably hardy tree with a very upright growth habit. The fruit is easy to peel and of excellent quality with a perfect blend of sweet and acid similar to satsumas. Grafted.   3 30*      
             
             
Owari Satsumas - (Mandarin Orange) The fruit is easily peeled and contains loose segments that are easily separated. They are sweet and a bright orange color when ripe and nearly seedless. Satsumas are believed to be native to Southern China and are widely grown along the gulf coast of the US. Satsuma trees grow 10 to 15 feet tall. The most popular variety is Owari that ripens in mid to late November. Hardy to 20F.  Grafted on trifoliate orange, (Poncirus trifoliata) for improved cold hardiness. Late Season Nov.-Dec.   4 30*      
             
             
Anise 'Woodland Ruby' - Illicium mexicanum X flordanum alba - Evergreen shrub with aromatic foliage has ruby-pink starfish-like flowers which are larger than either parent and on long stems extending out from the foliage. It blooms over an extended period from May until frost. A Woodlanders Nursery introduction.   5 24