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Cultivar Type：For Ornamental
Scientific Name：Camellia japonica 'Helen Calcutt'
» English Description
ACRS., 1960, Camellia News, No.7, p.23, Reg. No.42: Originated by Keith Brushfield, Kewita, Somersby, NSW, Australia and first flowered 1952. The flowers are single to semi-double, 12 cm across with 8-10 petals, the centre consisting of a column of stamens with an occasional petaloid. Color: white with pink and carmine stripes. Habit is upright and open. It has produced 2 sports, a self carmine and a pink with white border. Colour photo, front cover ACRS., 1976, Camellia News, No.62. Sport: Helen Calcutt Deep Pink.