Sasanquas & Sauvignons Social
Fall Camellia Plant Swap
Saturday, October 15, 2:00-5:00PM
Hosted by Marietta Madden & Toni McKenna
Location of the event is at the Madden home:
517 Hunts Pointe Drive
Virginia Beach, VA 23464
(near I-64 and Indian River Rd)
RSVP to Marietta at 757-343-5965 or
The sasanquas are blooming and so let’s have some fun!
Enjoy an afternoon of fun in a beautiful setting.
Wish you knew the name of your favorite camellia?
Bring a bloom or blooms and we will have a mini camellia exhibit.
Do you have extra camellias or companion plants you would like to swap for someone else’s favorite
– bring those too.
Each fall we gather together to catch up on summer activities, plans in the garden,
good food and a chance to share/swap plants we all love. All that is required is YOU!
But if you want to share your favorite sauvignon, salad, saucy chicken bites, sugar cookies,
potted sasanqua, or ?? – you get the idea.
Viewing the Beauty of Camellias
Through a Child’s Eye
Download, open & read with a click here!
Hofheimer Camellia Garden
at The Norfolk Botanical Garden
The Hofheimer Camellia Garden, located near the Renaissance Court, features
one of the region's largest collections of camellias, totaling over 450
varieties. This garden was created in 1992 in memory of Alan J. and Aline
F. Hofheimer, founding members of the Virginia Camellia Society.
The Virginia Camellia Society Website
Dedicated to the growth & propagation
of camellias since 1946!
The purpose/mission of the Virginia Camellia Society is to learn about and to promote the growth
and propogation of the beautiful camellia through meetings, workshops, and the presentation and sponsorships of
annual camellia shows.
Should you have any questions, please contact the society at
Members of the Virginia Camellia Society are encouraged to email their
digital pictures ( .jpg or.gif, reduced bytes, please) for inclusion on
the web site. Email them to: email@example.com