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Flashdance

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Id:ICR-5390

CountryAustralia

Year Published/Registered1989

Cultivar Type:For Ornamental

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Scientific Name:Camellia japonica 'Flashdance'

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ACRS., 1989, Camellia News, No.111, p.11, Reg. No.365: Originated by Donal Coe, Albury, NSW, Australia. A chance seedling of Tiffany that first bloomed 1979. Informal double to peony form, white with red and pink stripes (RHS.CC.52D), 12.5 cm across x 6.5 cm deep. Leaves mid-green, ovate to obovate, apices abruptly acute, venation obscure, margins serrulate, surface smooth, 9 cm long x 5.5 cm wide. Medium growing, open, upright plant, flowering early to mid-season. Deep, waved petals with scattered stamens and central petaloids in various degrees. Colour photo, p.2, Camellia News, June, 1990, No.113.

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