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Akebono-Higo Believed Extinct

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Id:ICR-22825

CountryJapan

Year Published/Registered1830

Cultivar Type:For Ornamental

Scientific Name:Camellia 'Akebono-Higo'

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Akebono (Higo) (C.sasanqua), Shimada, Yaichi, 1957, Kumamoto no Sazanka ni tsuite, Dantairin: White ground, pale pink graduation, semi‑double, small size. See JCS., ed., Encyclopedia of Camellias in Colour, pl.569, p.394. Synonyms: ‘Higo‑akebono’, Satomi’s ‘Akebono’ and ‘Akebono Double’. Hakoda, JCS., 1987, Tsubaki, No.26, p.43. Synonym for Akebono, the sasanqua from Kumamoto.

Akebono Double Synonym for the C.sasanqua Akebono-Higo.

Higo-akebono Hakoda, JCS., 1987, Tsubaki, No.26, p.44. Synonym for Akebono (Higo), a C.sasanqua from Kumamoto.

Description

» English Description

Uekiya Bunsuke, 1830, Uekiya Bunsuki Hikki, as ‘Akebono’: A white, single of Higo form. Originated in Japan.(Believed extinct.)
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