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Kate’s Cascade

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Id:ICR-23338

CountryAustralia

Year Published/Registered2017

Cultivar Type:For Ornamental

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Scientific Name:Camellia ‘Kate’s Cascade’

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Meaning:named after Pam’s daughter Kate, its weeping habit and attractive leaves

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Australian Registration No.700. Registered on 20 May 2017. Originator and Applicant: originated & grown on by Pam Watson, 12 Knights Rd., Galston, NSW, 2159, Australia, (named after Pam’s daughter Kate, its weeping habit and attractive leaves).  First flowered in 1995 and has consistently produced ‘true to variety’ blooms for 22 years.  A chance seedling with neither parent known for certain.  Size, miniature to small 50-80mm, anemone form, light pink centre, darker pink towards edges, slow growing of weeping habit to 3m in part shade or half day sun. Propagators: Pam Watson, as above; Craig Carroll of Carroll’s Country Gardens & Nursery, 60 Bells Line of Road, Mount Tomah, NSW, 2758, Australia; Bill Parker of Camelliasrus, 34 Harrison Lane, Glenorie, 2157, NSW, Australia. 

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