Chosen by Gianmario Motta
Cultivar Type：For Ornamental
Scientific Name：Camellia japonica 'Belinda Gail'
» English Description
Belinda Gail. (C. japonica). ACS, The Camellia Journal, Sept. 2010, p.26 with colour photo; ACS Regn 2794; Originated by Melvin Stallings, Chesapeake, Va., USA. ACS, Yearbook 2010, p.74 with colour photo. A 20 year old seedling, first flowered 1995. Registered and propagated by Larry Barlow, Chesapeake, Va. Plant habit is upright, and growth rate average. Mid-green leaves are 5 cm x 2.5 cm. Medium size flower is semi-double with 9 petals, 9.5 cm diameter x 5 cm height, red with darker veining. Small column of yellow anthers and white filaments. Flowers midseason to late.