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Triangle Camellia Society Plant Sale

November 19, 2011 (Saturday) – 9:00 AM–4:00 PM

Preorders Accepted Through November 16, 2011 (Wednesday)

The Triangle Camellia Society is hosting their first ever fall camellia sale. Available plants include many that flower in the fall, but it also includes many that flower in the spring. In addition to being their first fall sale, they're also accepting orders ahead of time for the first time. Beat the rush on November 19 and place your order now. A limited number of varieties will be available for purchase on the day of the sale.

If there is a specific cultivar you are looking for, please let Clarissa Nielsen (ihtifaz@att.net) know by November 16, 2011, and she'll try to get it for you.

All preorders are subject to availability; order early for best selection. Payment by personal check must be received by mail no later than Wednesday, November 16, 2011, at the following address:

Kim Howle
T.C.S. Treasurer
1919 West B Street
Butner, North Carolina 27509

All preordered/prepaid plants must be picked up by the 4:00 PM on November 19, 2011. Any prepaid plants not claimed revert to the property of Triangle Camellia Society. No refunds for unclaimed plants will be issued.

Proceeds of the Triangle Camellia Society's fall plant sale benefit the society and the JC Raulston Arboretum.

Note: If you need to place a second order on the same day as another order, please call (919) 513-7005 first.

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Most camellia photographs courtesy of Annette Atkins.

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