Atlantic Coast Camellia Society

2015 / 2016

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C. japonica 'Margaret Davis'

The Triangle Camellia Society is a local society, affiliated with the American Camellia Society, whose members usually meet on the fourth Thursday of each month at 7:00 p.m. from September through May. Monthly meetings typically feature a program or guest speaker. Currently our club meets at Perkins Restaurant and Bakery, Lake Pine Shopping Center, 908 West 64 Highway, Apex, North Carolina 27502. Annual dues are $10.00 for individuals or families. In addition to monthly meetings, membership includes field trips to members' gardens, camellia nurseries, and public camellia gardens, and club projects including our annual judged camellia show, plant sales, summer picnic, and co-sponsored lectures with J.C. Raulston Arboretum in Raleigh.

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Kute_Kate-2724 Triangle Camellia Society Membership Form
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Schedule of Events - 2015/2016

Date Event Time Location
October 18, 2015
Monthly Meeting 2:00 P. M. Maddry's Home in Chapel Hill
Election of Officers

Officers & Committee Chairpersons 2015/2016

Position Name Email
Vice President Lou Bryant
Treasurer Kim Howle
Secretary Julie Meyers

Archive of Show Results

Triangle Camellia Society - 2015 Show Results

Meredith Green-2727 Triangle Camellia Society Show Results - 2015
Results from March 14, 205

Triangle Camellia Society - 2014 Show Results

Meredith Green-2727 Triangle Camellia Society Show Results - 2014
Results from March 8, 2014

Triangle Camellia Society - Archive Show Results

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Results back to 2009
Camellia Points of Interest
Raleigh, North Carolina Area

Meredith Green-2727 J C Raulston Arboretum - Raleigh, North Carolina
The JC Raulston Arboretum is a nationally acclaimed garden with one of the largest and most diverse collections of landscape plants adapted for landscape use in the Southeast. Plants especially adapted to Piedmont North Carolina conditions are collected and evaluated in an effort to find superior plants for use in southern landscapes.