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Cultivar Type：For Ornamental
Scientific Name：Camellia 'Bro Wengamp'
» English Description
Bro Wengamp (C.x williamsii) European Reg. No. 138. Seedling from C.x williamsii ‘Bow Bells’, unknown pollen parent. Grown and named by Fañch Le Moal, of Park ar Brug, Plouisy, Brittany, France. First established in 1993, with first blooming in 1997. Introduced in “Catalogue des obtentions bretonnes du Camellia”, published by the Société bretonne du Camellia, 2012. Named for the region surrounding the city of Guingamp, Brittany, France. Plant has spreading, slow growth. Buds are elongated, light green. The tubular single flowers, with an average of 6 petals per bloom, occur early to mid-season. They are red-purple (RHS 63C group) with deeper venation; stamens are columnar, anthers yellow, and filaments white. Flowers fall whole when spent. Leaves are light green, and lancelolate. Fruit development is sparse.