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Azuma-kō

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Id:ICR-971

CountryJapan

Year Published/Registered1898

Cultivar Type:For Ornamental

Scientific Name:Camellia sasanqua 'Azumabeni'

Chinese Name

Japanese Name:東紅 あづまこう

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Description

» English Description

Ashizawa, 1898, Chabaika Meikan, Chūgai Nursery Cata­logue, 1935-1936, p.26 as ‘Tōkō’. Crimson double, peony form. Large flowers. Yashiroda, 1950, American Camellia Yearbook, p.22: Large, deep pink bloom, well formed with some 12 broad, thick petals, some of which are curled and double. One of the earliest to flower. Stout, densely branched growth of upright nature. Different readings: ‘Azuma-kurenai’, ‘Tōkō’, ‘Azumakō’. Originated in Kantō District, Japan.

» Japanese Description

誠文堂新光社.1998.《日本ツバキ.サザンカ名鑑》.p.292. 国立歴史博物館. 2009. 《冬の華 サザンカ》.  p.50. 江戸產. []桃紅色、一重、平開咲き、花弁に皺多い、大輪、1112月。/箱田.


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