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Burneyville

Last Updated:2023/6/15 13:34:00 By:wangzhonglang
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Id:ICR-2034

CountryUnited States

Year Published/Registered1951

Cultivar Type:For Ornamental

AGM Type

Scientific Name:Camellia japonica 'Burneyville'

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ACS, Quarterly, 6(2):9, 1951: A seedling of unknown parentage, 15 years old that first bloomed 1944; originated by Riverbank Camellia Nursery, Riverbank, California, USA. Upright, compact growth with leaves, dark green, rounded, serrated. Flowers are anemone form incomplete doubles with small petaloids. Colour, light rose (2-H-4, Maerz & Paul Chart), 8-11 cm across. Mid-season blooming. ACS, Reg. No. 120. American Camellia Yearbook, 1954. p305: Date of application-February 21, 1951. A 13-year-old seedling of unknown parentage. First year of flower was 1944. Originated and propagated by Riverbank Camellia Nursery, 633 Atchison, Riverbank, California. Introduced in fall of 1949. Type of plant growth is upright. Manner of growth is compact. Leaves are dark green, rounded, serrated. Flower bud is small, round. It has deeply veined petals and petaloids. Flowers are incomplete double with small petaloids. Color, light rose (2-H-4, Maerz & Paul Chart) 3-4* inches in diameter. Blooms February-March.

Flower

Flower Size5-6 cm

Blooming Season2-3 Month United States

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