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Cultivar Type：For Ornamental
Scientific Name：Camellia 'Bowen Bryant'
Boven Bryant Jean Lebihan 1971, Pas de Jardin sans Camellia, 2nd ed., p.57. Orthographic error for Bowen Bryant.
» English Description
ACRS, 1957, Camellia Annual, vol.1, No.4, Reg. No.25: Number 10 in the batch of seedlings raised by E.G. Waterhouse from the one plant of C.saluenensis in 1946. A large, semidouble, vigorous growing, free flowering Camellia of intense rose fuchsine, RHS, Red Purple Group, 62C, with silvery overtones. Medium size with an odd inner petal fused with contrasting stamens, amber tipped copper. Distinctive, narrow foliage; upright, open grower. Received an RHS Award of merit in 1981 and a First Class Certificate in 1986. Originated by E.G. Waterhouse, Gordon, N.S.W., Australia. Sport: Bowen Bryant Variegated. Orthographic errors: ‘Bowen Bryanth’, ‘Boven Bryant’. This cultivar was awarded as an AGM (Award of Garden Merit) plant by the Royal Horticultural Society in 1993 at H5 rate (hardy: cold winter; -15°C to -10°C).
» Chinese Description
Blooming Season： Australia