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Brilliant Bells

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Id:ICR-23416

CountryAustralia

Year Published/Registered2012

Cultivar Type:For Ornamental

Scientific Name:Camellia williamsii 'Brilliant Bells'

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Brilliant Bells. (C. williamsii). Australian Regn No. 663. Camellias Aust., Camellia News, Spring 2012, p.26 with colour photo; Originator Ian Hinchley, Narrandera, NSW.; A chance seedling of Waltz Dream, first flowered 2003. A trumpet shaped miniature to small single with 5-6 slightly ruffled, orchid rose petals, similar colour to parent. Flowers 5.5-7cm x 3-4cm. Divided pistil extends above pale yellow filaments and bright golden anthers, which dull quickly. Upright, spreading plant, medium growth rate. Leaves are flat, glossy, elliptic, mid-green, 8.5cm x 4.5cm. Small, pear- shaped seedpods. Flowers early to late season.

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