Cultivar Type：For Ornamental
Scientific Name：Camellia japonica 'Belair'
» English Description
ACRS., 1989, Camellia News, No.111, p.12, Reg. No.367: Originated by Donal Coe, Albury, NSW., Australia. A chance seedling of Tiffany that first flowered 1980. A large white, informal to peony form flower, 14 cm across x 5 cm deep on an upright, open, medium plant; blooms early to mid-season. Leaves glossy, medium green, round to oval to broad-ovate, apices acute to abrupt acuminate, margins serrate, 7.5 cm long x 5 cm wide. The centre of the flower is a mixture of fluted petals, petaloids and stamens. See colour photo, p.2, ACRS., June, 199O, Camellia News, No.113. Won best C.japonica at the 1990 Albury Camellia Show.