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CountryUnited Kingdom

Year Published/Registered1825

Cultivar Type:For Ornamental

AGM Type

Scientific Name:Camellia japonica 'Florida'

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Cluster Flowering  Chandler & Buckingham, 1825, Camellia Britannica. Synonym for Florida.

D'Oiseau  von Biedenfeld, 1856, Practische Grundlehren der Cultur von Camellien, p.21 as Florida or ‘Nid d’Oiseau’. Synonym for Florida.

Florida Cluster  Vanderbilt, 1940, Camellia Research, p.4. Synonym for Florida.

Florida Cluster-flowered  Phelps, 1934, Garden Club of America Bulletin, ser.5, (7-12):55. Synonym for Florida.

Florida Nid d'Oiseau  Baumann, Mulhouse Nursery Catalogue, 1841-1842, p.14. Synonym for Florida.

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» English Description

Chandler & Buckingham, 1825, Camellia Britannica, pl.7: A seedling of Anemoniflora pollinated by Paeoniiflora flowers usually being 7.5 cm in diameter, of a deep rose colour, intermediate between Anemoniflora and Paeoniiflora. The outer petals in 3 rows expand nearly flat. These petals are round, slightly emarginate and about 2.5 cm in diam­eter. The inner ones are small, roundish oblong and compact like Anemoniflora but not as reg­ular. The centre of the flower is elevated. Synonyms: ‘Cluster Flowered’, ‘Clintonia’, ‘Nid d’Oiseau’, ‘Florida Cluster’, ‘Florida Colvill’s’, ‘Nidis Avis’, ‘Florida Cluster Flowered’, ‘Florida Nid d’Oiseau’. See pl.28, Chandler & Booth, 1831, Illustrations and Descriptions of Camel­lias... and pl.36, Berlèse, 1841, ‘Iconographie’. Baumann & Baumann, 1832, Collection Camélias élevés à Bollweiller, pl.27. Originated in England by Colvill.


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Blooming Season United Kingdom