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Cultivar Type：For Ornamental
Scientific Name：Camellia ‘Berry Girl’
Meaning： Reason for choosing the name; ‘It is a ‘Flower Girl’ seedling and keeping the ‘girl’ in the name’.
» English Description
Australian Registration No.711. Originator and Applicant: originated & grown on by Graeme Oke, 116 Broughton Vale Road, Berry, 2535, NSW, Australia. Reason for choosing the name; ‘It is a ‘Flower Girl’ seedling and keeping the ‘girl’ in the name’. It first flowered in 2013 and the seed parent was ‘Flower Girl’, pollen parent unknown. The plant is slow growing with a spreading habit of average height and can tolerate full sun. The special feature of the plant is a cluster flowering reticulata hybrid. The mature leaf is curled, matt and dark green. The flower is an informal double, flowering in small clusters, from 65 to 80mm, being a rose pink in colour. This plant has been consistent for the last 5 years in its flowering habit of 6 to 10 flowers on each stem. Propagators: Oke’s Camellia Gardens, 116 Broughton Vale Road, Berry, 2535, NSW, Australia, and Camellias R Us, Parkers Camellias, Glenore, NSW, Australia.