Cultivar Type：For Ornamental
Scientific Name：Camellia japonica 'Berwick'
» English Description
ACRS, 1968, Camellia News, No.32, Reg. No.95: Originated by Fred Tuckfield, Berwick, Victoria, Australia. Seed parent Frank Gibson, pollen parent unknown. First bloomed 1964. The 10 cm flowers are a deep flesh pink with a delicate veining of a deeper tone and open mid-season. The informal, incomplete double flower has 4-5 rows of rounded petals. The dark green, glossy leaves are 9.5 cm long by 5 cm wide with acute apex and medium serrations. Habit is vigorous and upright.