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The large flowered Camellias are heading into their peak flowering season right now. Did you know that some Camellias smell as sweetly as an old Bourbon rose? If you didn't know, you should definitely try High Fragrance on for size. Its big billowy pink flowers open over an extended period in late February and early March and are well worth sticking your nose into. Or for two of the darkest reds try Black Magic and Royal Velvet who are equally beautiful. For vigor in pure snow white you can't go wrong with Sea Foam's picture perfect form. Can't decide between white, pink, and red then Tricolor is the Camellia for you as it produces flowers in all three colors. We still have a good selection of Camellias in stock, especially of the new and improved Green's Nurseries introductions and we will have a much larger selection of Camellias ready later this spring as well. For our full selection of Camellias just click here.

We've added over 40 new plants to our selection for 2015! Just click here to see all that's new for 2015, we'll be adding many more as the season progresses so check back often.

Late winter and early spring are great times to plant hardy, summer flowering perennials like Clematis, Liatris, Rudbeckias, Stokesia Daisy, and more. This is also an excellent time to establish and divide summer flowering bulbs like Rainlilies, hardy Amaryllis, and Crinums. Planting and dividing now gives these durable perennials a head start on getting established before spring and summer gets here.

At Almost Eden we specialize in beautiful, unusual, and hard to find plants including a variety of native plants. Our stock encompasses over 1000 varieties/species, spanning 100 different plant families for your home and garden. Our plants are live, growing, well-rooted plants often flowering or large enough to begin flowering when they are shipped.

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Shipping: We understand what healthy quality plants should look like and our specially designed packaging system will get them from our greenhouse to your doorstep looking as though they were just plucked from the nursery. We ensure that your plants are secured safely in their soil and container in our specially designed shipping and packaging system that will get your plants to you quickly, carefully, and easily via the US Postal Service Priority Mail service. We will send an email stating when your order will ship and confirming the order information for verification. Please be sure to check your Spam or Junk mail if you don't hear from us within a day or two from when you placed your order. Orders are normally shipped on the first Monday and Tuesday (excluding holidays) of each week to ensure that your plants do not spend the weekend at the post office. Be sure to get your order and payment in by Friday at 6PM for it to ship out the following Monday. See our Shipping info for more.

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Dwarf Crested Iris

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Ebony and Ivory Crape Myrtle

Ebony and Ivory Crape Myrtle

The Ebony and Ivory Crape Myrtle produces large clusters of large, pure white flowers with yellow eyes that simply glow against the dark purple, nearly black foliage. With an upright habit and disease resistant foliage that retains its dark coloration right through summer this new Crape Myrtle is sure to be a standout in the landscape. Item# 10733.

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Flat-Top Goldenrod, Shiny Goldenrod

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Iwai Nishiki Double Coral Flowering Quince, Japanese Quince

Iwai Nishiki Double Coral Flowering Quince, Japanese Quince

Coming for 2015! 2-3" wide, coral red, double blossoms cover the stems of this low and spreading nearly groundcover-like Quince in late winter and early spring. Flowers may be followed by edible fragrant yellow tart fruit that may be best used for making jellies. The low spreading habit makes Iwai Nishiki Quince suitable for spilling over walls and hillsides or for the front of low maintenance landscapes. Like with all Quince, the stems with buds showing color can be used as cut flowers to bring a taste of spring indoors. Item# 10728.

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Snowflake White Lady Banksia Rose

Snowflake White Lady Banksia Rose

An exceptionally fragrant form of the White Lady Banksia Rose introduced by Greg Grant and here is his take on it "An intoxicatingly fragrant single white Lady Banks rose. A seedling selected by the late Robert Bayse from seed from Italy. The most fragrant rose I've ever grown.". The Banksia Roses are durable and long-lived, practically disease free, climbing roses useful for covering large, durable arbors or as large mounding nearly evergreen shrubs or informal hedges. Item# 10745.

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Sparkleberry Holly

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A U.S. National Arboretum introduction, Sparkleberry Holly was selected for its ability to produce a dramatic, long-lasting display of deep glowing red berries in dense clusters that seemingly cover the generally upright to arching stems of this vigorous deciduous holly. Masses of tiny greenish white spring flowers are soon followed by small round fruit that ripen to a deep, clear red. In fall the foliage turns to yellow and is quickly shed to display the bare stems adorned with massive clusters of brilliantly colored berries that can remain well into spring. Item# 10723.

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