Camellia Glen has sold and we are moving on!

Camellia Glen has been sold and we are moving out.
As from today, 13 December 2021, we will not be doing plant sales to the public.

It’s the end of an era for us – 23 1/2 years – growing and selling camellias – particularly – and in the past azaleas and vireya rhododendron. We have been proud to make available not every camellia known, but still one of the best ranges of sasanqua, japonica, hybrid, Reticulata and species camellias in the country. Our gardens have been to home to over 400 camellias, rhododendrons, magnolias, azaleas and contains one of the more extensive Camellia collections in the country, as well as a range of rare and unusual plants.

It’s been fun, it’s been hard work, we have met great people and made many good friends; we have enjoyed travel to camellia congresses and many camellia gardens in Australia, as well as a few International Camellia Society Congresses – in Portugal and Spain, Brittany in France and Dali China. We plan to stay involved with the ‘camellia community’ in the future; the website will continue as an information source.

Thank you to all our customers – it’s been fun.
We do get a lot of satisfaction in knowing that there are hundreds of thousands of our camellias in gardens from Adelaide to Atherton and everywhere in between, and we hope that these bring joy to gardeners and garden visitors each year when these beautiful plants start to flower.

Darryl and Steph.

2 Responses to “Camellia Glen has sold and we are moving on!”

  1. Debra Harris

    Please advise if you would recommend another supplier of camellias? I live in Woombye and my daughter in Brisbane is working in her new garden and is after two deep pink camellias. Thank you ?

  2. No – sorry. I know the Queensland Camellia Society is trying to encourage retail nurseries in Brisbane and surrounds to stock camellias – preferably from a local grower. But as yet that information is not available. I would suggest that you enquire at your local retail plant nursery – and even ask that they source these for you – that is their job, and they should have names of suppliers.

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