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Gallant Array

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Id:ICR-5870

CountryUnited States

Year Published/Registered1957

Cultivar Type:For Ornamental

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Scientific Name:Camellia japonica 'Gallant Array'

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Wylam, 1957, American Camellia Yearbook, p.32: “Mr Short has selected the name Gallant Array for a medium large seedling of Mrs Charles Cobb, whose neat, true, peony form flowers are a clear, brilliant red. Good texture and substance result in unusual keeping qualities.” Originated by Harvey Short, Ramona, California, USA. ACS., Reg. No.732.(SCCS No. 62-21) American Camellia Yearbook, 1965. p234: Originated by Harvey F. Short, Pasadena, California. A lO-year-old seedling of 'MRS. CHARLES COBB'; male parent unknown. First bloomed in 1957. The clear ruby red flower is peony form, 4lh x 3 inches having intermingled stamens. This flower has excellent keeping qualities and is said to stand Southern California sun. It blooms through the whole season, is upright and compact, medium growth.

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Flower Size11.4-12.5 cm

Blooming Season1-3 Month United States

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