Cultivar Type：For Ornamental
Scientific Name：Camellia japonica 'Chuanmanao'
» English Description
Gao & Zhuang, 1989, The Camellia in China, p.52, No.331, colour photo No.190: Medium size, 6-9 cm across, deep red with white variegation, formal double. Leaves deep green, broad-ovate. Blooms early to mid-season. Originated in the Sechuan Province, China.
Chuanmanao. (Camellia japonica) Synonym: None Originate: Chongqing Characteristics: Bud mutant originated from variety ‘Yanzhilin’. Plant habit vigorous, with open crown and rapid growth in branching, most of shoots spreading upwards, numerously branching. Leaves elliptic, flat, dense, apex acuminate, base broad cuneate, dark green with occasional yellowish dots, margins slightly wavy, measured 6.5 cm to 8 cm across by 3 cm to 4 cm wide. Calyxes open. Petaloids by all stamens. Petals broadly elliptic, flat, mostly rounded, thinner texture, about 90 segments imbricated regularly in a couple o f rows, outer petals reflexed, dark red with white background spots, diameter 8 cm to 10 cm, flowers dense, formal double form. Florescence February to April, fully blooming in March. Key points of identification: Leaves dark green with occasional yellow spots. Flowers dark red with white background spots.
» Chinese Description
Flower Size： 8-10 cm
Blooming Season： 2-4 Month China