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Pruning Camellias

Posted by David Parks on

Pruning time has arrived. Removing a plants new growth can be a difficult task when you know how much energy the plant put into creating those new braches and leaves. Pruning helps shape your plant as well as encourages new growth that will begin in spring. The best time to prune your camellias is after your plants have bloomed. For fall bloomers, pruning usually takes place around February and for late winter/spring bloomers, we typically prune by mid April. Pruning first year Camellias is essential in ensuring that the plant grows into an ideal form. When pruning each branch, you’ll...

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2021 Holiday Shipping & Hours

Posted by Kate E. on

The holidays will soon be upon us so it's time for our annual update!   Orders must be placed no later than 3pm on Sunday, December 12 to guarantee shipping before the new year.   November: We will only be shipping to select states. Any locations not included on the following list will be shipped the week of November 29.  We will closed Wednesday, Nov 24 through Friday, Nov 26, and will resume normal business hours on Saturday, Nov 27.Monday, Nov 22: AL, AR, CT, DE, FL, GA, IL, IN, KY, LA, MA, MD, MS, NH, NJ, OH, PA, RI, RN, VT,...

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Spring has sprung...

Posted by Kate E. on

Shipping notes and nursery news

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It's nearly Labor Day already?!

Posted by Kate E. on

Inventory updates are on their way...

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First Flush Fest is almost here!

Posted by Kate E. on

Join us to celebrate the 2020 first flush tea harvest at Camellia Forest. To avoid crowding this year we are having an open house with scheduled times for up to 8 visitors at a time. We will offer tours and tastes of our own homegrown and handmade teas. Stroll in the gardens, relax in the shade, and enjoy talking about growing local tea (all at a comfortably safe distance). Plants and tea samples will be available for sale as well. We will have 2 guides and slots for up to 8 visitors per hour by reservation, and will open for...

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