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Baronne de Bleichroeder

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Id:ICR-1154

CountryBelgium

Year Published/Registered1878

Cultivar Type:For Ornamental

Scientific Name:Camellia japonica 'Baronne de Bleichroeder'

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Baron Bleichröder van Houtte Catalogue, 1887-1888, 224:258. Orthographic error for Baronne de Bleichröder.

Baron de Bleichroeder Linden Catalogue, 1878-1879, p.3. Orthographic error for Barrone de Bleichröder.

Baron von Bleichroeder McIlhenny Catalogue, 1940. Orthographic error for Baronne de Bleichroeder.

Barone Bleihiroveo Mariotti Catalogue, 1924. Orthographic error for Baronne de Bleichroeder.

Baroness Schroder RHS, 1976, Rhododendrons with Magnolias and Camellias, p.64. Orthographic error for Baronne de Bleichroeder.

Baronne de Bleichroder Real Companhia Horticolo-Agricola, Portuense, 1895-1896, Catalogue, No. 29.Veitch Catalogue, 1903. Orthographic error for Baronne de Bleichroeder.

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Description

» English Description

Linden Catalogue, 1878, p.3 as ‘Baron de Bleichröder’: The flowers are large, of a perfectly imbricated form, with petals reflexed and rounded, snow-white, finely lined with streaks of flame red. André. ed. 1880, L’lllustration Horticole, vol.27, p.54, pl.378: This new variety, recently placed in commerce by the firm of Linden, is characterised as follows: Flowers abundantly, blooms very large, 10-12 cm across, opens freely with petals imbricated, obcordate, rounded, edges slightly scalloped, those at the centre, narrow and tapering, the background is a pure, pale, wash tint of delicate pink, striped with unusual bands of bright rose, both broad and narrow and fairly regular. Named for Baronne de Ble­ichroeder, wife of the celebrated banker and Queen Victoria’s Consul-General in Berlin. Origi­nated in Belgium. Orthographic variants and errors: ‘Baronne de Bleichroder’, ‘Baronne von Bleichroeder’, ‘Baronne de Bleichröhder’, ‘Baron von Bleichroeder’, ‘Baroness Schroder’. The Japanese cultivar Otome-shibori is erroneously named ‘Baronne de Bleichroeder’ in America.
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