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'High Fragrance' 'Lady Vansittart' 'Laura Walker' 'Moonshadow' 'Rubra Plena'
Dabney Nursery Camellias
Early to Late Spring bloomers:
Camellia japonicas & Hybrids
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'Alba Plena' 'April Dawn' 'April Tryst' 'Black Magic' 'Black Tie'
'Dabney's Star' 'Dream Weaver' 'Green's Blues' 'Egao Curly' 'Eos'
'Royal Velvet' 'Sawada's Mahogany' 'Seafoam' 'Steven Sawada' 'Taylor's Perfection'
'Sparkling Burgundy' 'Stephanie Golden' 'Susy Dirr' 'Winter's Star' 'Yuletide'
'Cake Icing' 'Dahlonega' 'Daijokhan' 'Dr. JC Raulston' 'Edna Campbell'
Open Mon - Sat 8-5
'Leslie Ann' 'Mine-No-Yuki' 'Carpet' 'Orchid' 'Pink Perplexion'
Call for availability
'Tricolor Superba' 'Valerie'
October Magic 'Rose' 'Pink Snow' 'Purple Haze' 'Shishigashira' 'Silver Dollar'
5576 Hacks Cross Rd
Memphis, TN 38125
Camellias are evergreen shrubs for the shade that bloom Fall to early Spring, when few other plants are blooming. Native to Asia, Camellia sasanqua (related varieties C. Hiernalis , C. Vernalis), Camellia japonica & their hybrids are grown in Mid-South landscapes as specimen plants, foundation plants, screens and hedges.
Camellias prefer acidic, well drained soil with high organic content.
Open Mon-Sat 8-5:00
Fall to Winter Bloomers:
Camellia sasanquas & Hybrids
More information can be found at the Memphis Horticultural Society website: