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Jean Evans

Last Updated:2019/4/10 9:11:17 By:wangzhonglang
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Id:ICR-8645

CountryAustralia

Year Published/Registered1996

Cultivar Type:For Ornamental

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Scientific Name:Camellia japonica 'Jean Evans'

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ACRS, Camellia News, 1996, No.139, p.10, colour photo p.2, Reg. No.471. Originated by Charles A. Newman, and registered by Jean Evans, Roleystone, West Australia. A cross between Moshio as seed parent x Maroon and Gold, that first flowered 1989. A semi-double pink (RHS.CC.62B) flower of 14 petals, 9 cm diameter x 4 cm deep. Flowers prolifically mid-season to late on an upright, spreading, medium growing plant. Leaves mid-green, smooth surface, elliptic, fine serrations, 9 cm long x 4.5 cm wide. Filaments, about 50, are arranged in tea whisk form. Similar in form to Moshio. Heavily veined, with some hint of whitening near centre of bloom. ACRS, Camellia News, 2000, No.154, p.18. Description altered to: A semi-double deep red flower of 14 petals, (RHS.CC.59B to RHS.CC185B)

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