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Adelina Patti

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Year Published/Registered1889

Cultivar Type:For Ornamental


Scientific Name:Camellia japonica 'Adelina Patti'

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Japanese Name



Adelina Pattii  Caledonia Nursery Catalogue, 1983-1984. Orthographic error for Adelina Patti.

Adeline Patti  Fairlight Camellia Nursery, 1987. Orthographic error for Adelina Patti.

Madame Patti  Camellias at Eaton Hall, 1939. Synonym for ‘Adelina Patti’.


» English Description

G.W.H., 1889, The Garden, 36(930):247: This is a somewhat cup-shaped bloom; it is a very handsome single form with round petals, which are a bright, rosy pink, flushed with carmine towards the base and netted with veins of the same colour, broadly banded with white on the margin; anthers of golden yellow.  Can occasionally sport to red or half-red bloom.  Leaves elliptic, 7.5-8 cm long, 3-4 cm wide, broadly serrulate, acuminate, deep glossy green. Flowers 7-8 cm across, colour Neyron Rose (HCC. 623) with Carmine (HCC. 21) venation. Plant habit, erect with pendulous branches. See Urquhart, The Camellia, vol.II, 1969 for colour illustration. Imported by G. Waller from Japan about 1888. Orthographic errors: ‘Adelina Pattii’, ‘Adeline Patti’. No relation with Rovelli’s ‘Adelina Patti’. Sports both carmine and pure white forms. This cultivar was awarded  as an AGM (Award of Garden Merit) plant by the Royal Horticultural Society in 2002 at H5 rate (hardy: cold winter; -15°C to -10°C).


Flower Size7-8 cm

Blooming Season Japan