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Chiyoda-nishiki-Kansai

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Id:ICR-2717

CountryJapan

Year Published/Registered1962

Cultivar Type:For Ornamental

Scientific Name:Camellia japonica 'Chiyoda-nishiki-Kansai'

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Chiyoda-nishiki-Takarazuka Tuyama, 1968, Camellias of Japan, p.186, pl.320: Leaves narrowly elliptic to elliptic, cuneate at the base, gradually acuminate at the apex, strongly wavy, minutely depressed, serrulate. Flowers, palest pink, splashed with small pink lines and dots, campanulate. Flowers mid-season to late. Sato, 1975, Chūbu no Tsubaki, p.50 as ‘Chiyoda­nishiki’. According to Minoru Satō, this is different from the genuine ‘Chiyoda-nishiki’. Originating from a plant at Yamamoto, Takarazuka-shi, Hyogo Prefecture, Japan. It is a synonym for Chiyoda-nishiki-Kansai.

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Minagawa, 1962, Chinkashū; Tuyama, 1966, Camellia Cultivars of Japan, p.292, pl.168: A campanulate single of pinkish white with streaks and dots of crimson. Blooms early to mid-season. Leaves small, long, apices pointed, strongly waved, venation impressed, petioles hirsute. Synonym: ‘Chiyoda-nishiki­Takarazuka’. Note: The name was taken from the address of the originator, Tōju-en, Chiyoda Village, Nakajima-gun, Aichi Prefecture, Japan and propagated at Takarazuka, Hyōgo Prefecture.
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