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Camellia sinensis Black Sea Tea
Camellia sinensis "Black Sea Tea"
Our Price: $20.00

These are seedlings grown from a clone developed at Russian tea research stations in what is now the country of Georgia. These will have similar genetics to the Sochi Tea so we expect the plants to have good cold hardiness, good vigor and attractive large leaves. The tea plantations in this area are on the coast of the Black Sea and I hear plants that grow here in NC such as Magnolia grandiflora also grow in this area. (Zone 6B?)
Camellia sasanqua October Magic (r) Ruby PP #24,538
Our Price: $20.00

(Zone 7)-  This deep reddish pink peony form flower will be one of the most popular once people know about it. The plant is very compact and heavy blooming. I expect it will reach about 5 feet tall and 5 feet wide in 12 years.  A Green Nurseries introduction offered through the Southern Living Plant Collection.
Chaenomeles speciosa 'Kan Toyo'
Our Price: $25.00

Acer maximouczianum
Our Price: $25.00

Ilex opaca 'Maryland Dwarf'
Our Price: $25.00

(zone 5-9) Commonly known as "American Holly," this broad leaf evergreen produces greenish white blooms in late spring. It prefers full sun to part shade and moist, well drained soil. [3' H x 10' W]
Callicarpa japonica 'Heavy Berry', Japanese Beautyberry
Callicarpa japonica Heavy Berry', Japanese Beautyberry
Our Price: $25.00

1 gallon pot. This very fruitful clone makes an excellent show in the autumn. A selection made at Camellia Forest.

This is a 4 quart plant.

Calycanthus sinensis
Our Price: $25.00

Chinese All Spice Zone 5B The broad spring green leaves make a striking large shrub with waxy white flowers marked with pink. This does well in light shade where it blooms over an extended period in late spring.

Price is for a 6 quart plant.
Ilex x attenuata 'Bronze Beauty'
Our Price: $25.00

This holly is similar to Foster Holly but with bronze colored new growth. It is female with red berries. Probably reaching 20 to 25 feet tall.

Price is for a plant in a 3 quart pot.
Ilex vomitoria 'Yawkey'
Our Price: $25.00

This yellow berried form of Yaupon holly was found on the TA Yawkey plantation in South Carolina. The form is relatively open and spreading. Yaupon holly leaves are used to make a caffenated black drink. Zone 7. Photo credit: JCRA

Price is for a plant in a 4 quart pot.
Illicium lanceolutum
Our Price: $25.00

(Zone 7-9) Commonly known as "Chinese Anise," this hardy woody shrub had a compact mound form and produces pinkish orange blooms in the spring. It prefers well drained, moist soil and part sun to shade. [10'T x 10'W]

Price is for a plant in a 4 quart pot.