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Dan's Virginia

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Id:ICR-23410

CountryAustralia

Year Published/Registered2013

Cultivar Type:For Ornamental

Scientific Name:Camellia sasanqua 'Dan's Virginia'

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Dan's Virginia. (C. sasanqua).  C. Aust., Camellia News, No.192, Winter 2013, p.29 with colour photo; Chance seedling of Dan's Hanne. Fragrant miniature blooms, less than 6.5cm diameter. Irregular semidouble through to elegans form. White, with dark pink tipped or edged petals. Petals irregular, generally broad, wavy and incurved. Pale yellow filaments and bright yellow anthers with petaloids interspersed. Late flowering. Dense, stocky plant with slow growth rate. Leaves small, elliptic with acuminate tip. Originated by Kurt Boesen, Dancraft Nurseries, Wilberforce, NSW, Aust.

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