Cultivar Type：For Ornamental
Scientific Name：Camellia japonica 'Concordia'
McIlhenny List of Camellias, 1935, p.2. Synonym for Concordia.
Vanderbilt, 1941, Camellia Research II, p.1. Synonym for Concordia.
Gerbing’s Azalea Gardens Catalogue, 1939-1940. Synnym for Concordia.
Leguay, Jan.1853, Revue Horticole, p.30. Synonym for Concordia.
Gao, Jiyin, 2007, The Identification....Outstanding Camellias, p.417; Chinese synonym for the Italy C.japonica ‘La Concordia (Concordia).
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» English Description
Luzzatti, 1851, Collezione di Camelie, p.12: Magnificent flower with the form of a carnation, large, deep, bright pink, sprayed and striped with carmine, white and flesh pink of an extraordinary effect. Exclusive proprietor, Sig. Sloane. Verschaffelt, 1854, Nouvelle Iconographie, Book VI, pl.I: A medium, large, peony form, soft pink with numerous, purplish red stripes. The deep pink mutation is known as Chancellor. In America it collected many synonyms: ‘Beautiful’, ‘Normandy’, ‘Ellen McKinsey’, ‘Gomez’, ‘Burn’s Pink’, ‘La Concordia’. Also the names ‘Prince Albert’, ‘Albertii’ and ‘Angela Cachet’ were erroneously used as synonyms. Originated by Carlo Luzzatti, Florence, Italy.