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Chūbu-hakutsuru

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Id:ICR-2815

CountryJapan

Year Published/Registered1972

Cultivar Type:For Ornamental

Scientific Name:Camellia japonica 'Chūbu-hakutsuru'

Chinese Name

Japanese Name:白鶴(中部) はくつる(ちゅうぶ)

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» English Description

Encyclopedia of Camellias in Colour, vol.I, 1972, p.82, pl.142, description, p.313; Seibundō Shinkōsha, 1979, Senchinshū, p.112 & p.237 as ‘Hakutsuru-Chūbu’: A white with fine, dark red lines, campanulate single of 5-7 large, rounded petals with reflexed apices. A large, central column of about 120 stamens with dull, yellow anthers and whitish filaments, becoming brush shaped. Early to mid-season flowering. Leaves, broad-elliptic, suddenly acuminate, glossy, dark green, obscure venation, serrulate margins with reflexed apex. Satō, 1975, Chūbu no Tsubaki, p.22, erroneously lists this as ‘Hakutsuru’. Synonym: ‘Hakutsuru-Chūbu’. The original tree was planted in the garden of Nagoya Castle and called one of the three castle camellias with Daijōkan and Chūbu-tamatebako, but destroyed in World War II. Originated in Japan.

» Japanese Description

誠文堂新光社.1998.《日本ツバキ.サザンカ名鑑》.p.193.  【花】白地に紅色の微細な線が入る、 一重で椀咲き、中輪、筒しベ、12〜4 月。【葉】広楕円、中〜大形。【樹】 立ち性、生育よい。【来歴】名古屋 城の「御殿椿」の一つ、原木は戦災 で焼失した。写•文/佐藤。

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