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Fenhudie (japonica)

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Id:ICR-5262

CountryChina

Year Published/Registered1981

Cultivar Type:For Ornamental

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Scientific Name:Camellia japonica 'Fenhudie (japonica)'

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Wang & Yü, 1981, Shanchahua: A medium size, pink, open peony form. Chang, Shao Yun, 1987, Camellias from Zhejiang, as ‘Xinhong Mudan’: Small, spreading tree; leaves elliptic, green, apex acuminate, recurved, base cuneate, venation dis­tinct; petioles reddish. Flowers abundant, semi-double, rarely double, 10 cm across; petals pink with deeper coloured veins, large, in 2-3 whorls, separate. Stamens normal, some in centre, oth­ers scattered in inner petals; pistil normal; buds oval, scales green, tan edges, short downy. Flowers mid-season. see also Gao & Zhuang, 1989, The Camellia in China, p.35, No.165. Origi­nated in China. Synonyms: ‘Pink Butterfly’, ‘Xinhong Mudan’.

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