International Camellia Register
ICR
Home Cultivars Kyō-nishiki (1867)

Kyō-nishiki (1867) Believed Extinct

Last Updated:2021/2/21 9:21:54 By:wangzhonglang
528

Id:ICR-10333

CountryJapan

Year Published/Registered1867

Cultivar Type:For Ornamental

AGM Type

Scientific Name:Camellia japonica 'Kyō-nishiki (1867)'

Chinese Name

Japanese Name:京錦 (1867) きょうにしき (1867)

Meaning

Description

» English Description

Cho, [before 1867], Chinkafu, Illustration p.26, 27. Medium size, single of 5-6 petals, large, overlapping, emarginate with a centre column of stamens, yel­low anthers, white filaments. The modern cultivar is unlikely to be the same as that illustrated by Cho. Originated in Japan. (Believed extinct.)

Flower

Flower Size

Blooming Season Japan

Photos